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  • FILTERING THE OPTIONS EXTENDS FLEXIBILITY AND ENSURES INDOOR AIR QUALITY (IAQ)

    By BSEE on January 16, 2020
    Specifiers can tailor-make their internal environments using an innovative approach to ventilation devised by Gilberts (Blackpool) Limited. The UK’s leading independent air movement specialist has developed a range of modular ‘accessory’ boxes to integrate with its innovative hybrid Mistrale Fusion System (MFS) stand-alone ventilation. The concept enables easy addition of various filtration options, to the MFS through- wall or through-window […]
  • Update Legacy Systems With Ease

    By BSEE on January 16, 2020
    Energy Billing is encouraging organisations to tackle the issue of legacy systems, providing more accurate energy readings and eradicating the problem of debt. Some district heating systems have been installed for more than twenty years now. As with any system, over time performance can decline, but for these systems it can mean energy readings could become inaccurate. Energy Billing believes […]
  • TCUK Honours SkillFRIDGE Champions Following the National Competition

    By BSEE on January 13, 2020
    Toshiba Carrier UK Ltd (TCUK) congratulates the participants and winners of this year’s SkillFRIDGE competition, which recently culminated in a hard-fought finals event at the National Exhibition Centre (NEC). SkillFRIDGE promotes exceptional industry standards through competitions for Refrigeration, Air Conditioning and Heat Pump (RACHP) students. TCUK is a joint venture between Toshiba Carrier Corporation and Carrier in the United Kingdom, […]
  • SAV and Insite launch the UK’s first digital smart metering App for heat networks

    By BSEE on January 13, 2020
    SAV and Insite Energy have joined forces to launch KURVE, the market’s first digital smart metering app for heat networks. Designed for use by both heat network operators and consumers, KURVE has the potential to deliver 62% savings in capital expenditure and 53% savings in operational costs. Heat network operators specifying KURVE will gain remote access to data diagnostics including […]
  • Rinnai and the art of Zen + Zen Plus

    By BSEE on January 13, 2020
    Rinnai re-imagines home hot water & heating systems Rinnai, global leaders in continuous flow hot water heating products and systems, is introducing the Zen and Zen Plus home hot water & heating system which marries established and proven manufacture durability with new technologies to offer great energy efficiencies, user control and, importantly, unparalleled level of comfort. Rinnai UK will be […]
  • Lochinvar completes sales force restructure

    By BSEE on January 13, 2020
    Water heater, boiler and renewable company Lochinvar has completed a comprehensive restructure of its sales team in line with the company’s continued growth plans. The reshaped sales team includes the creation of two senior regional sales manager roles, with Dave Slevin and Scott Mason taking these new positions, and reporting to Lochinvar’s sales director Liam Elmore. This revamped structure is […]
  • Putting 2019 under the spotlight

    By BSEE on January 13, 2020
    2019 may have been overshadowed by talk of Brexit, but in many areas, it has been business as usual. This was true for Grundfos whose battery of pumps and pump solutions were present at many of the year’s other memorable moments, including in April when all eyes turned to the new £1 billion new 62,000-seater Tottenham Hotspurs stadium that is […]
  • Reach greater savings with DANLERS IP66 rated PIR switches

    By BSEE on January 13, 2020
    DANLERS have launched a new range of cost-effective IP66 rated presence detection PIR switches for the automatic control of lighting and ventilation. The products detect movement within the detection area and control the load accordingly. All controls in this range feature a high definition sensor for greater detection accuracy. The new CEPD 17MH versions can be ceiling mounted up to […]
  • New commercial ducted fan range delivers ultra low energy usage and long-life reliability

    By BSEE on December 17, 2019
    A new range of ultra-low energy commercial extract fans, which combine rugged construction with proven long-life reliability, is now available from Dunham-Bush. All fans in the range are ERP compliant as required by the Non-Domestic Building Services Directive 2013 and are manufactured from high quality galvanized sheet steel fitted with acoustic non-hygroscopic foam and non-overloading ‘100,000’ hour long life, ultra-low […]
  • Hoval heats Tower Bridge

    By BSEE on December 17, 2019
    The success of a boiler upgrade project at Tower Bridge relied heavily on close collaboration within the project team and Hoval’s end-to-end service delivery. The ageing boilers at Tower Bridge were struggling to meet space heating and domestic hot water requirements, so a decision was taken to upgrade them. The work coincided with the conversion of a 9m high exhibition […]