Newsletter Items

  • Fusing the options

    By BSEE on September 17, 2018
    Ventilation design and specification for multi-occupancy buildings is now as simple as A,B,C through an innovative approach pioneered by Gilberts. Britain’s leading air movement specialist is the first to develop a stock, single-unit hybrid solution focussed on natural ventilation with heat recovery- its Mistrale Fusion System (MFS). The company’s pioneering approach has continued, with the evolution of the system that […]
  • Colt goes on the defensive

    By BSEE on September 17, 2018
    Building services manufacturer and contractor Colt International has launched a highly versatile single bank extruded weather louvre designed to provide robust rain defence in tandem with natural ventilation. The EWL louvre system provides comparable weather protection to a double bank louvre, but at considerably lower cost. It achieves Class A rain defence up to 3 m/s and has been independently […]
  • Earth Leakage Monitoring Relays DEA71 and DEB71

    By BSEE on September 17, 2018
    Carlo Gavazzi has launched the DEA71 and DEB71 range of earth leakage monitoring relays, used to detect earth leakage current which can be potentially dangerous when un-detected in electrical networks. These devices ensure the protection of installations against fire and persons against electrocution, by interrupting the mains on a faulty load when used with a CTG core balance transformer. The […]
  • Brymec appoints valve specialist

    By BSEE on September 17, 2018
    Brymec has appointed Paul Wightman as product development manager specialising in the company’s valve ranges. Paul will add value to Brymec’s overall proposition by providing support and technical insight that will help customers make critical decisions on their projects. Additionally, Paul will be responsible for working closely with Brymec’s customers and sales team to bring in and develop new product […]
  • Beckhoff rethinks the HMI: engineering integrated in Visual Studio

    By BSEE on September 17, 2018
    Beckhoff is leading the way in the next generation of Human Machine Interface (HMI) solutions with TwinCAT HMI. A good HMI must be simple, and achieving this simplicity begins with the engineering process. Through the integration of TwinCAT HMI in Microsoft’s Visual Studio, the graphical What-You-See-is-What-You-Get (WYSIWYG) editor enables you to use simple controls from a toolbox, arrange them on […]
  • New booster sets launched by Armstrong fluid technology

    By BSEE on September 17, 2018
    Armstrong Fluid Technology has launched the new Design Envelope 6800G Boosters which are easier to install and commission, save space in the plantroom, and offer outstanding energy efficient performance across a wider operating range than ever before. Combining Armstrong’s Design Envelope control technology and high-efficiency IE5 rated motors, the new 6800G packaged booster range offers the contractor major advantages in […]
  • ROLEC Launches New HMI/Display Panel Enclosures

    By BSEE on September 17, 2018
    ROLEC has launched a new range of industrial HMI/panel enclosures (IP 65) for off-the-shelf and custom-sized displays and touchscreens. They are suitable for modern machine control applications across a wide range of industries. They can accommodate a front plate or a glass panel for touch applications. Commercially available built-in display panels can be flush-fitted directly into the front. Variants are […]
  • Wire Basket fits pace and looks at prestigious office refurbishment

    By BSEE on September 7, 2018
    Marshall-Tufflex’s Fast-Coupling Wire Basket ensured a quick installation at a prestigious South London office redevelopment. The multi-million pound Edinburgh House Project, located in Kennington’s conservation area, has seen the complete refurbishment of a 1960’s office block into a spacious, contemporary workspace complete with a south-facing central atrium, café, seating areas and a conference suite. Thousands of metres of Marshall-Tufflex 65mm […]
  • One stop shop solution for accessible toilets away from home

    By BSEE on September 7, 2018
    Lack of space to provide assisted accessible toileting can be overcome if Closomat expertise is utilised. The company, Britain’s leading provider of such facilities, is emphasising that many of the perceived obstacles can be overcome by a different approach. It cites its installs at venues such as Longdown Activity Farm, Cornwall Services and The Honey Pot cafe as examples of […]
  • Securiton Specified for Fire Detection at New National Cold Store

    By BSEE on September 7, 2018
    Cold stores present their own challenges in terms of fire protectionThe Securiton aspirating smoke detection (ASD) system has been selected as the fire protection method for a new cold store to be operated by one of the UK’s major supermarket retailers. The new 68-truck bay, 30,000 square metre hub in Pineham, near Milton Keynes, is providing a state-of-the-art facility and […]