• Riello’s premix burners up to 3MW

    By Elizabeth Jordan on January 17, 2020
    Riello RX premix packaged burners are available in outputs up to 3MW, offering NOx levels of less than 40mg/kWh, with high turndown ratios of up to 8:1. The main differences between traditional pressure jet burners and premix burners relate to the ways in which the air and gas is mixed and in the technology of the combustion head. Riello RX […]
  • Wates Group commits to zero waste and carbon by 2025

    By Elizabeth Jordan on January 15, 2020
    The Wates Group, one of the UK’s leading privately-owned construction, development and property services companies, has today committed to eliminating waste and carbon from its operations by 2025, well ahead of the Government’s own environmental targets[i]. The company has committed to three bold targets to help ensure it does ‘zero harm’ to the environment: Zero waste from Wates operations by […]
  • New online tool helps air conditioning designers check safety compliance of R-32 Systems

    By Elizabeth Jordan on January 8, 2020
    Toshiba has developed an online tool that automatically checks R-32 refrigerant-based air conditioning designs for compliance with the safety requirements of European Standard EN 378. Toshiba Carrier UK Ltd (TCUK) is a joint venture between Toshiba Carrier Corporation and Carrier in the United Kingdom, and is part of Carrier, a leading global provider of innovative heating, ventilating and air conditioning […]
  • What are the environmental benefits of using fabric ducting technology?

    By Sarah on December 17, 2019
    In order to discuss the various environmental benefits that come through use of Fabric Ducting as an air diffusion product, it’s probably best to explain fabric ducting as a product group and what it’s used for. Fabric Ducting – an overview Fabric ducting is a product that can (1) transport air and (2) diffuse air. Typically fabric ducting systems are […]
  • Sevron Ltd and BESA announce partnership streamlining workplace chemical safety

    By Elizabeth Jordan on November 18, 2019
    Leading technology company Sevron Ltd have announced their formal partnership with the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) today. Sevron has now officially become the preferred provider of chemical safety and risk assessment software for BESA. Their flagship product COSHH365 Suite is a chemical safety management software platform and will be made accessible to over 1000 members of BESA. Health and […]
  • ATC Semitec’s Clip-on Temeprature sensor for Anti-Legionnaires Systems

    By BSEE on September 13, 2019
    As legionella continues to pose a real but avoidable risk to public health, ATC Semitec stock a range of IP67 rated pipe clip temperature sensors. These can simply and quickly be attached to the waterpipe, without the need for drilling holes or making special couplings for conventional probe sensors. This ensures that water temperatures are maintained at lower than 20°C […]
  • Healthcare Estates 2019

    By BSEE on September 13, 2019
    Healthcare Estates 2019 – this year’s conference programme ‘has something for everyone’. With the show hosting the International Federation of Hospital Engineering, experts on healthcare estate management, healthcare engineering, and the healthcare architecture and construction supply chain, from all over the world will speak both at the conference itself, and during a dedicated afternoon session in the new Plenary theatre. […]
  • Sontay takes training digital

    By Sarah on August 28, 2019
    Sontay, the market leading manufacturer of field control devices, has been running highly successful training courses from its head office in Edenbridge, Kent for many years. Now, to make it easier for those who want to take part in training, the company has launched a new e-learning platform so people can enhance their knowledge and learn at an individual pace […]
  • Armitage Shanks Enhances DOC M Offering To Better Support Sight Loss And Dementia Sufferers

    By BSEE on July 3, 2019
    Armitage Shanks, the renowned commercial washroom solutions provider, has enhanced its industry-leading DOC M package alongside new research around sight loss and dementia. For the last few decades, Armitage Shanks has worked closely with occupational therapists to create the most inclusive solutions which guarantee compliance in commercial and residential care sector washrooms. Now, the manufacturer has adapted its DOC M […]
  • Breathing clean air is a basic human right

    By BSEE on June 27, 2019
    New data shows why British Safety Council is calling for urgent action to protect outdoor workers from air pollution On the eve of Clean Air Day, the British Safety Council calls on employers of outdoor workers to join its Time to Breathe campaign. Initial exposure data from Canairy, the charity’s new mobile app, shows workers breathing air that regularly exceeds levels […]