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Raychem heating solution specified for one of the most energy efficient buildings in Canary Wharf

RAYCHEM Single Pipe DHWS HWAT heating cable solution has been specified for one of the most energy efficient buildings in Canary Wharf. Pentair Thermal Management has provided its Raychem HWAT solution to Jointing Technologies for the DHWS system at 25 ...

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Victor’s Optimax range is breaking new ground with patent

Leading British catering equipment manufacturer, Victor Manufacturing, is leading the market as approval of its energy-saving patent is granted. The British manufacturer – recently named by the London Stock Exchange as one of the country’s fastest growing SMEs – filed ...

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Manufacturers assemble productive energy decisions in the boardroom

Against a backdrop of rising energy costs, Britain’s manufacturers are increasing their investment in strategic energy management and efficiency, in order to improve their competitive position, a new survey reveals. Furthermore, the rise of energy on the boardroom agenda is highlighted ...

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Crescent Launches LED Tube Retrofit Range

On Show at Ecobuild, London 4 – 6 March, Stand S449 UK-based Crescent Lighting has launched a range of Energy Focus LED retrofit tubes which are robustly designed and offer industry leading light quality of up to 130 lm/W. They ...

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Turning up the heat

From 2015, ‘service use’ of R22 – removing the gas or dealing with leaks and repairing the refrigerant side of plant – will be illegal in all refrigeration, heat pump and air conditioning systems. But with huge amounts of the ...

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King of the castle

Historic sites and visitor attractions typically consider sustainability as secondary to visitor numbers and experience. But Hever Castle in Kent has placed its environmental performance at the forefront of the organisation’s business plan. Cathy Hayward went to find out more ...

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FM costs under the spotlight in £1.5bn PFI savings initiative

Reviewing facilities management costs is part of a new plan to deliver £1.5 billion savings across the 495 operational Private Finance Initiative (PFI) projects in England. The scheme announced by the commercial secretary to the Treasury, Lord Sassoon yesterday follows pilot ...

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GOJO Industries Europe achieves ISO 9001

Quality management standard complements commitment to sustainability GOJO Industries Europe, the European arm of one of the largest suppliers of hand hygiene products in the world, and a major supplier to the NHS in England, has achieved the prestigious management ...

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Bureau service lifts the BMS maintenance burden at Adams Foods Ltd

• All-encompassing bureau maintenance services enjoyed by Adams Foods • 364-days a year call-outs and 16 days of contracted service days • Additional energy metering, monitoring and targeting The benefits of using maintenance bureau services for building management systems (BMS) ...

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A.O. Smith boilers and water heaters reduce fuel bills by 25%

New boilers and water heaters supplied by A.O. Smith have helped reduce fuel bills by up to 25% at Queensbury Academy in Dunstable. Seven Upsilon boilers and two high efficiency BFC water heaters were installed as part of a refurbishment ...

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