PRODUCTS & SERVICES

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19 October 2017

Each PPMonitor from PPM Technology has been designed to give a visual representation of Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) in a building. A number of units may be networked together to show precise changes in concentration of selected IAQ gases over time for an entire building.

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05 October 2017

Are you worried about overheating in your warehouse or factory? EcoCooling evaporative cooling can provide simple, safe and cost-effective cooling solutions.

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03 October 2017

PPM Technology's range of IAQ monitoring instruments has been designed to give a visual representation of IAQ in a building. A great number of units may be networked together to show precise changes in concentration of selected IAQ gases over time for an entire building.

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23 September 2017

Humidity Solutions has introduced the Neptronic SKV evaporative humidifier to its range of humidification products. The SKV evaporative humidifier features very low energy consumption (<1kW) with the potential for up to 12°C of evaporative (adiabatic) ‘free cooling’.

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05 October 2017

After nearly 30 years of solid service at the Novotel hotel close to the centre of Sheffield, a pair of R18 Series Stokvis Econoflame boilers have been replaced with new models.

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02 October 2017

Aimteq has installed a Schneider BMS (building management system) at a new Defence Logistics Centre for BAE Systems in Lancashire. The project, awarded to Aimteq by Murray Building Services, provides easy and precise control of functions such as domestic hot water, radiant heating and the cold store used for carbon fibre material. 

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23 September 2017

Stokvis Energy Systems has launched a new wall-mounted gas boiler range, offering high condensing efficiency along with minimum environmental impact.

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05 October 2017

The ErP Directive comes into force on 1st January 2018; Daniel Wild, senior development engineer at Nortek Global HVAC explains what it means for radiant heaters going forward.

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19 October 2017

Rotronic has introduced a new smart air velocity handheld device for making fast spot checks in HVAC systems. The AFP1 measuring instrument is lightweight, comfortable to use and has an extendable telescopic probe.

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09 August 2017

EcoCooling direct evaporative cooling can be used as an alternative to air conditioning in most industrial buildings and server rooms, and is said to provide 90% energy savings at a fraction of the capital cost of a traditional air conditioning or ventilation system.

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07 August 2017

The ErP Directive comes into force on 1st January 2018; Daniel Wild, senior development engineer at Nortek Global HVAC explains what it means for radiant heaters going forward.

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04 August 2017

Rotronic has introduced a smart air velocity handheld device for making spot-checks quickly in HVAC systems.

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31 July 2017

Windows from Crittall-Fendor can be left open for natural ventilation but slam shut automatically in the event of a blast, enhancing the environment in hazardous sites without compromising safety.

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25 July 2017

When they launched their new top flight steak restaurant Porter & Rye in Glasgow, owners Kained Holdings chose a natural, rustic look for the décor. However, an influx of cold air every time the door opened was definitely not on the menu. Airbloc was called in to provide a HVAC solution that would keep draughts at bay and ensure a comfortable environment for diners.

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20 July 2017

Industrial plants face many challenges when it comes to indoor air quality, specifically when considering fresh air volume, temperature, humidity and particle concentration.

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10 June 2017

Hi-line Industries has unveiled its latest-generation Tundra range of refrigeration air dryers.

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08 June 2017

With temperatures set to soar once again this summer, one furniture and carpet retailer from Norfolk will not be counting the costs of keeping cool. John Doe installed an evaporative cooling system which maintains an optimum in-store climate for its customers, staff and stock, even when faced with sweltering heat.

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19 October 2017

Condair is expanding its product portfolio with a range of advanced industrial and commercial dehumidifiers.

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10 June 2017

The Network Rail Tyseley depot in Birmingham has fulfilled a crucial maintenance role as part of the UK's railway network for many years providing facilities for the overhaul and repair of locomotives.

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08 May 2017

Heatworks Solutions has introduced a new maintenance service to help heating contractors and consultant engineers with maintenance of the complete heat network metering function, regardless of the type of meter specified or installed.

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FEATURES

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25 January 2017

When optimising the efficiency and performance of heating systems in factories and warehouses it makes sense to take advantage of the latest technologies. Stuart Parris, general sales manager with Powrmatic, explains

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18 August 2016

Combining destratification with warm air heating can result in significant energy savings for buildings with high roofs, says Stuart Parris, general sales manager of Powrmatic. Here, he discusses the design considerations

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18 November 2015

HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) systems can devour more electricity than anything else in commercial premises, but how can you measure and control these costs? Advanced Engineering considers the question and outlines a solution

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05 October 2015

Hot factory, non-compliant warehouse, unbearable conditions on the mezzanine –  all are common complaints from factory managers and their workforce – but what can be done about it that will not break the bank or get rejected by the finance department? Alan Beresford, technical and managing director at EcoCooling offers some suggestions

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12 January 2015

There are very few investment decisions that will affect a business’ bottom line costs for the next 10 to 20 years. Replacing the boiler is one, so Keith Higginson, commercial marketing manager at Calor Gas takes a look at some of the options available when installing an off-mains gas heating system.

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03 November 2014

Fan coil technology has made great advances in the last five years, particularly with respect to EC motors and the efficiency benefits they bring. However, Peter Lowther, chair of Ability Projects, says most fan coils currently installed in UK buildings are related to relatively inefficient AC previous product generations

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22 September 2014

Rob Shuttleworth, chief executive of UKLPG, the trade association for the liquefied petroleum gas industry, explains that when it comes to industrial environments, which could be in rural or off-grid locations, LP Gas offers a convenient, versatile, low carbon and easy-to-install energy source, which can also complement existing renewable infrastructure.

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26 August 2014

According to the Carbon Trust, heating rooms and hot water can account for up to 60% of total energy usage in a business premises. Inefficient ventilation can result in around 30% heat loss in many commercial buildings, and air conditioning can increase energy consumption and associated carbon emissions by up to 100%. Richard Metcalfe, sales director at ICS Cool Energy, explains some of the technologies that can improve energy efficiency

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05 June 2014

A major chiller replacement project at a Londonderry hospital has been delivered with the help of Carrier Rental Systems.

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07 March 2014

Nigel Coston, director of marketing, technical and logistics at Zehnder looks at the energy saving potential of ceiling mounted radiant heating and cooling systems for space heating, and explains how they can help companies and contractors meet financial and environmental objectives.

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18 February 2014

2014 is a critical year for any business still operating air conditioning or refrigeration equipment designed to use the refrigerant gas HCFC R22, as from 1st January 2015 this refrigerant will be banned throughout Europe and can no longer be legally used for service and maintenance purposes.Mike Nankivell, marketing director of Space Air, comments

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06 January 2014

With a relationship that stretches back more than 20 years, Trend Control Systems has played a key role in helping Jaguar Land Rover achieve significant energy savings and meet its sustainability based objectives.

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17 April 2013

Martin Passingham, product manager DX at Daikin UK, looks at how technology has helped to advance climate control capabilities, making energy efficient VRV systems an alternative to traditional applied systems

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