As the founder of proudly Australian-owned and operated company Active Vac, I welcome you to the first instalment of our blog. In these blog posts, we will provide you with information on our wide range of services, in addition to common issues house or business owners experience when it comes to insulation, roof cleaning and more, as well as solutions to these issues.
Run by myself and my wife, Shelley Maxwell, Active Vac is a leading provider of a range of roof vacuuming and ventilation services, along with insulation removal and installation for both residential and commercial clients throughout Sydney and the surrounding suburbs.
What many people aren’t aware of is that neglecting to clean your roof space or maintain your insulation can be extremely harmful to your health, and the health of your family or employees. In our upcoming blog posts, we will explain the associated risks of a neglected roof space or insulation, as well as what can be done to remove them.
If you have concerns about your building’s roof space or insulation, get in touch with our friendly team today to discuss a tailored solution.
Dedicated to making it as easy as possible for potential clients to do business with us, the team at Active Vac are also pleased to announce the launch of our brand new fully-responsive website, www.activevac.com.au.
The AiroMatic is Edmonds latest powered roof top ventilator, developed to meet the cooling and drying needs of residential homes. It is a dual purpose ventilator, which can be used to cool a roof space on hot days via its new temperature sensing inverter speed control technology, or it can be set for constant ventilation rates to help reduce condensation build up in the roof space.
The AiroMatic is the first of Edmonds range of ventilators developed using advanced CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) software. It has allowed Edmonds to produce a ventilator with a higher flow rate and efficiency than other ventilators while reducing its overall noise level and physical size. The innovative German motor that powers the AiroMatic, incorporates new blade tip winglet technology, and electronic commutating motor technology to further improve ef ciency and reduce noise.
The unique Edmonds design speed controller allows the selection of three fixed speeds of low, medium and high. This allows just the right amount of ow to be set to suit the severity of the conditions.
Temperature Control - Cooling mode
Set to automatic the unit senses temperature and switches on at low speed when the roof space temperature reaches 30°C. As the temperature rises, the inverter technology used in the AiroMatic, proportionally increases speed until the maximum speed is reached at 45°C. This means that the fan is only drawing as much power as needed to keep the roof space cool.
One of the benefits of reducing roof space temperature is improving air conditioning ef ciency and reducing the cost of running them.
Condensation Control - Drying mode
Condensation can potentially cause mould, mildew and building damage. Using any of the three speed manual control settings, the AiroMatic can effectively draw fresh and dry air into the roof cavity, removing moisture and helping to protect your home and the health of your family.