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  • Thorn’s Omega Pro 2 – a new approach to lighting control

    By BSEE on March 19, 2020
    The new Omega Pro 2 from Thorn Lighting offers a new approach to lighting control as it enables you to afford the functionality required for your project today or delay the expenditure of the materials until a later date and easily integrate your lighting control when you are ready. In addition, the new solution enables you to personalise your lighting […]
  • WM15 Power Analyser for Measurement and Analysis

    By BSEE on March 19, 2020
    Reduces Installation Time, Commissioning and Troubleshooting Costs    Controls and Automation specialist, Carlo Gavazzi has extended their product offering by launching the WM15, a 96×96 panel mount power analyser for three phase systems (MID versions available) which can be installed into any switchboard to manage and control energy consumption, main electrical variables and harmonic distortion.   The WM15 is easy-to-install due to […]
  • Vitesse Plus Hardwired – simple, flexible, reliable and fully adaptable control

    By BSEE on March 19, 2020
    CP Electronics has just launched Vitesse Plus Hardwired, the next step in the evolution of energy control. Vitesse Plus Hardwired is a new family of lighting control systems (LCMs) that have been specifically designed to make commissioning fast, simple and effective. At its heart, Vitesse Plus Hardwired is a 6 channel LCM which provides dimming and switching capabilities via powerful […]
  • Ellis secures second Gulf Coast refinery order ten years after first

    By BSEE on March 19, 2020
    The world’s leading cable cleat manufacturer, Ellis Patents has secured a repeat specification from a major Gulf Coast refinery ten years after its cleats were used on the refinery’s first substation. Ellis’ Vulcan+ cable cleats were ordered by Houston, Texas-based Dashiell Corporation to secure two 68kV armored cable circuits, both of which stretch for over two miles and carry power […]
  • Grundfos support UN Sustainable Development Goals

    By BSEE on March 19, 2020
    The 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) lay down ambitions to make the world a better and fairer place for everyone to live in. They cover a wide – but often interconnecting – range of challenges that encompasses: poverty, inequality, peace and justice as well as looking at climate change and environmental degradation. Grundfos Pumps, the world’s largest pumping company, […]
  • Making the headlines

    By BSEE on March 19, 2020
    White papers are an important reference point and are an important source for engineering specialists to learn more about specific complex issues, in a logical format. At Grundfos we have been working hard for many years now, to create a portfolio of white papers that are aimed at helping engineers to better understand a range of pumping challenges. Designed to […]
  • Pegler Increases Valve Offering With Mini MVS

    By BSEE on March 19, 2020
    Continuing on from the launch of its hugely successful bespoke valve configuration service, Pegler, has launched a mini modular valve solution to support contractor efficiencies within fan coil units. Shaun Burrows, Technical Product Manager at Pegler said: “This new valve solution offers a smaller pipe centre of 40mm and has been reduced in size to ensure direct connection to fan […]
  • Free hot water energy audit for all hospitals & medical centres – courtesy of Rinnai

    By BSEE on March 19, 2020
    Rinnai is offering FREE audits for all hospitals and medical centres in order to maximise energy and financial efficiency in the delivery of hot water at the point of use. Maximising efficiencies can lead to fuel savings, alone, of up to 30% on current energy prices as the hot water is heated only when it is used – turn the […]
  • Gilberts rise to smoke evacuation challenges

    By BSEE on March 19, 2020
    The “best yet” is how Gilberts Blackpool is describing its latest range of smoke evacuation dampers for multi-storey buildings. The UK’s market leader in the sector, Gilberts is taking its reputation to new heights with its new Series 60 smoke evacuation damper range. Believed to be the only vent of its kind designed and manufactured in the UK, Series 60 […]
  • A route to concise, activity based building engineering services risk assessments

    By BSEE on March 19, 2020
    For many engineering services contractors, drawing up ‘suitable and sufficient’ risk assessments, and then a useful method statement, can be challenging and time-consuming, even though these documents are a vital part of doing business. eRAMS is a practical online service that allows contractors and maintenance teams to create, amend, store and print activity-based risk assessments, plus method statements (MSs) and […]