Weâ€™ve been designing and installing state of the art commercial ventilation systems for almost five decades and we take a tremendous amount of pride in the achievements that weâ€™ve realised over the years. Weâ€™ve worked with key leaders in several sectors and have earned a reputation as one of the countryâ€™s stand-out providers of industrial ventilation services. Our name is now synonymous with quality and weâ€™re recognised throughout the UK for our competitive prices, engineering expertise and after sales service. Recognised as an industry leader, we can help you with any of your ventilation requirements.
Gradwood design and install a wide range of systems; from straightforward workspace commercial ventilation systems to complex computer controlled environment management projects.
Requirements for removing air from a building can arise for a number of reasons: internal and external heat gain, contamination from fume or oil mist, process or regulatory considerations.
Gradwood manufacture and install an extensive range of unitary commercial/industrial exhaust fans and have the in house designcapability to provide bespoke extraction systems solutions to a large range of applications:
Requirements for replacing air from a building arise generally from the need to replace extracted air in a controllable manner. In doing so the input air can aid the cooling process and/or prevent cold draughts in unwanted locations. Additionally, Building Regulations can require specific air supply rates for individuals in certain applications.
Gradwood manufacture and install an extensive range of unitary commercial/industrial input units and have the in house design capability to provide bespoke solutions to a large range of applications:
To extract every last percentage of efficiency relies on a perfectly matched control system, that’s why at Gradwood we offer a range of control options.
Stand alone consoles offer time and temperature control at point of use and utilise remote internal and external sensors to optimise operating strategy.
Larger multi facetted services can benefit from centralised Energy Management Systems (EMS). These computer controlled multi-zone control systems can increase system efficiencies and user flexibility thus enabling reductions in fuel consumption of up to 25% over conventional controls.
Gradwood can design tailored solutions to suit your application. All systems can be configured to meet current ECA requirements, thus benefiting from the Government Enhanced Capital Allowance scheme.