Newsletter Items

  • Dutypoint launches new CPD on choosing water boosting systems

    By BSEE on September 18, 2017
    Dutypoint, manufacturer of innovative and efficient water pump systems for construction projects, has launched a new CIBSE approved CPD providing guidance on the specification of cold water boosting solutions. The new seminar ‘Cold water boosting: design, sizing and selection’ has been specifically developed for consultants, architects and specifiers at all levels involved in designing water systems in residential or commercial […]
  • New Sanicom for Royal Birkdale Golf Course

    By BSEE on September 18, 2017
    Saniflo Case Study As host of the British Open golf championship in 2017, Royal Birkdale Golf Club in Southport, Merseyside is one of the most challenging links courses in the UK. With the greens nestled amongst the sand dunes on the North West coast, it is also one of the most picturesque. Featuring a distinctive Art Deco clubhouse, the course […]
  • The programmable EasyZAPP – making Energy Saving Easy

    By BSEE on September 18, 2017
    DANLERS are pleased to announce the launch of their EasyZAPP range of PIR occupancy switches. Designed for the automatic control of lighting or other connected loads, these controls are remotely set-up or adjusted using a free app on an Android phone or tablet. EasyZAPP products work as presence detector switches and can be adjusted for settings such as photocell override, […]
  • HMS IIoT solutions for the connected building

    By BSEE on September 18, 2017
    HMS IIoT connectivity solutions enable you to manage your buildings more effectively reducing energy consumption and OPEX costs. IIoT for buildings HMS Industrial Networks provides you with solutions to solve the connectivity challenges your buildings face today. Have a look at what you can do with Anybus®, IXXAT®, eWON® and Intesis® products. Seamless IIoT connectivity Efficient building management Reduced energy […]
  • Saving energy with Siemens Symaro innovative sensors

    By BSEE on September 18, 2017
    Siemens Building Technologies offers an innovative range of sensors for typical HVAC measurements and applications including temperature, humidity, pressure and air quality.They record and transmit readings in a fast and high-precision manner. Integrated self-monitoring and installation, along with service mode are some of their ingenious concepts. Optimum comfort is assured with regards to room climate. The sensors automatically compensate for changes […]
  • Compact LED High Bay from Luceco

    By BSEE on September 18, 2017
    Luceco has recently launched Ceres, a compact high bay utilising the latest lens technology. Ceres benefits from a computer designed die-cast aluminium housing with vortex cooling for maximum LED chip performance providing over 50,000 hours of operational life and a luminaire efficacy up to of 130 Llm/cW.  With a rating of IP65, Ceres offers 60, 90 and 120-degree lens variations […]
  • Nicotra Gebhardt Introduces groundbreaking RQM hybrid fan

    By BSEE on September 18, 2017
    Leading fan manufacturer Nicotra Gebhardt has launched a new compact fan that delivers unrivalled energy efficiency. The RQM ‘MultiEvo’ beats every traditional plug fan on energy efficiency* thanks to the optimization of all  key components, including a hollow section ‘aero-foil’ backward curve impeller, a permanent magnet (PM) internal rotor motor rated at IE5 efficiency and integrated electronic controls. The compactly […]
  • Out of sight, but not out of mind

    By BSEE on September 18, 2017
    Architects are often confronted with the seemingly impossible problem of ensuring indoor air quality meets acceptable standards, but without using ventilation equipment that spoils the building’s interior design. Dan Jones of Air Diffusion believes he has the answer. One of the biggest issues confronting the building services industry is the battle to maintain good air quality inside buildings without using […]
  • Experience the digital future of lighting at LuxLive 2017

    By BSEE on September 18, 2017
    In Hampshire, the street lights tell the local authority when to salt the roads in winter. In Helsinki, they’ll find you a parking space. In Atlanta Airport, lights can track wheelchairs and other equipment. And in Singapore, the lights guide customers to bargains in a shopping mall. Lighting is changing. Thanks to digital technology, it’s moving beyond illumination and creating exciting […]
  • Geesinknorba’s narrow-track bin lorry is the solution for tight spaces

    By BSEE on August 30, 2017
    With pressure mounting on local authorities to build more houses in less space, access is a real challenge facing them, especially when it comes to access for big, bulky traffic such as refuse collection vehicles (RCV). They are difficult to ignore – and not just because of their size: the bottom line is that they do provide an essential service. […]