“The account management service has been excellent & the engineering behind developing and manufacturing the Vortex 550 hand drier is really pushing the boundaries.."
London (PRWEB UK) 8 January 2013
Nick Payne, Senior Mechanical engineer at KUT says "As projects become more energy efficient with the ‘Code for Sustainable Homes’ for one being more stringent, I can see the Vortex being used for a number of upcoming projects from schools to cinemas and some commercial projects yet to be unveiled. It is an exciting time for us and we want SAVORTEX to be part of it."
KUT found they were in sync with SAVORTEX and can see many opportunities where the Vortex 550 will generate energy efficiency and carbon savings for organisations faced with environmental targets and in tough economic climate. KUT has a proven track record and delivers on these principles to their Customers.
“The account management service has been excellent & the engineering behind developing and manufacturing the Vortex 550 hand drier is really pushing the boundaries. The Vortex is not clever for the sake of it, it is efficient and shows how far behind its competitors are. In my opinion, it’s like continuing with the Concorde while others have slipped back to conventional and safe practices” added Nick Payne.
Syed Ahmed, SAVORTEX Managing Director says: "We want to continue to develop revolutionary technology that can provide businesses with another platform to achieve their energy reduction targets. Working with organisations like KUT will allow us to fit the technology into the core structure of the building designs".
Nick Payne also said "This is a friendly and pro-active company & I see great success for a team like this. With the knowledge of a number of new innovations in the pipeline, I can only look forward to what the future of SAVORTEX may hold.”
The Guinness World Records title, most hands dried using 30kJ of energy, was devised by Guinness World Records officials as a challenge to measure the energy efficiency in hand drying. The Vortex 550 EcoSmart successfully dried four pairs of hands using less than 30kJ of energy. Typically, hand dryers use between 72kJ and 96kJ of power to dry just one pair of hands. SAVORTEX successfully achieved four pairs of dry hands using just under 25kJ of energy – smashing the minimums set by Guinness World Records officials and claiming the world record.
The Vortex 550 winners of the 2012 Electrical Times Energy Efficiency Initiative of the Year.
Sustain Magazine has short listed The Vortex in three major categories; 2012 Product of The Year, Energy and the Technology Category
The KUT Partnership Building Services Consulting Engineers have been delivering a tradition of high quality engineering design since 1954. The company, originally established by David Kut believes in providing the best advice on green technology. With a portfolio of commercial and private sector clients KUT's Energy team is committed to delivering flair; innovation and quality within the KUT projects.
*The Code for Sustainable Homes is an environmental assessment method for rating and certifying the performance of new homes in England
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