Boilers & Hot Water

  • Efficiency is in the water

    By BSEE on March 26, 2013
    The latest commercial boilers offer extremely high levels of performance and efficiency, but they should not be thought of as stand-alone solutions. Boilers function in systems that must be deemed healthy in a whole sense; and essential to this health is the lifeblood that supports it – water. Incorrectly or insufficiently treated water can lead to many undesirable consequences, such […]
  • Tackling the ErP Directive head on

    By BSEE on March 4, 2013
    The Energy related Products (ErP) Directive is having a huge impact on the industry both for new build and refurbishment projects, with many companies facing the issue of having to develop new products to meet the changes in legislation. Tracey Rushton-Thorpe looks at how Baxi Commercial Division is tackling the issue head on. First introduced in 2009, the ErP Directive […]
  • Cofely completes energy scheme for Leicester

    By BSEE on February 4, 2013
    Cofely, a GDF SUEZ company, has marked the completion of the new £15 million District Energy scheme for Leicester. The city-wide scheme will enable 3,000 homes, as well as council owned and other buildings in Leicester, to be provided with environmentally friendly energy. The Leicester District Energy Scheme is a 25-year partnership between Leicester City Council and Cofely District Energy, […]
  • Shropshire success for MHS Boilers

    By BSEE on February 4, 2013
    MHS Boilers has supplied three 65kW Thision L boilers on a free-standing cascade frame and a Pisces Pressurisation Manager to St Leonard’s Church in Bridgnorth, Shropshire. The new boilers replaced a 60-year old oil fired unit during the renovation of kitchen and toilet facilities, and the complete refurbishment of the heating system. The M&E consultant and contractor for the project […]
  • Harness the power of your air conditioning

    By BSEE on February 4, 2013
    In these days of rising energy bills, what is the most cost effective way of heating your building? What are the alternatives to traditional carbon-based systems and is it possible to maximise efficiency by using the excess heat generated by your air conditioning? With the UK’s buildings accounting for almost half of all the country’s CO2 emissions – far more […]
  • Dalkia delivers to university

    By BSEE on January 23, 2013
    Dalkia has recently supplied a new CHP system to the University of Westminster, which will provide heating and electricity for the campus that serves 20,000 students. Dalkia’s specialist CHP team Cogenco, which secured the contract, will install the 300kW CHP system. The University of Westminster, one of Britain’s oldest higher education institutions, wanted to reduce its carbon footprint and meet […]
  • Innovation and respect form a true partnership

    By BSEE on December 5, 2012
    Flexibility and the need to react quickly to changes in the industry are both key elements of any successful relationship but there are numerous other attributes which make a partnership really work as I discovered when I visited Malvern boilers. Malvern Boilers was set up in 1991 to design and produce appliances for the domestic market. Since then a lot […]
  • A holistic approach to energy management

    By BSEE on November 6, 2012
    When it comes to businesses using far more energy than they need to, which is an all too current occurrence, this of course leads to energy bills that are much higher than necessary and that ultimately misrepresent a building’s energy requirements. This issue becomes ever more concerning when coupled with the unstable economic environment. Put simply, considerable savings can be […]