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Improved dry pocket for SpiroTrap and SpiroCombi

Spirotech has improved the dry pocket of the magnetic dirt separator in its steel SpiroTrap and SpiroCombi units, making them even easier to maintain. The magnetic dirt separators automatically extract dirt (magnetite) from system water in cooling and heating systems, ...

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Toshiba Unveils 7th Generation VRF system, SMMS-u, with class-leading efficiency, adaptability and connectivity

Completely redesigned, SMMS-u optimises climate control in all types of commercial buildings Toshiba, a global leader in high-efficiency, high-performance HVAC systems for domestic and commercial buildings, has unveiled the seventh generation of its industry-leading VRF (Variable Refrigerant Flow) system for ...

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Limit the spread

Paul Lucas, MD at Artic Building Services discusses how HVAC systems can promote infection control within a healthcare environment With airborne transmission accounting for over a third of all hospital-acquired infections, it is important to explore methods of limiting the ...

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Clearing the air

Until the majority of the population has been vaccinated it is critical that workplaces maintain good levels of ventilation to help reduce the risk of airborne transmission says Hywel Davies, Technical Director of the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers ...

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Altipeak go for gold with Condair

Altitude training specialist, Altipeak™, has selected Condair humidifiers to control the humidity in their innovative new Altipeak™ Mobile Altitude Pod. The six-man, environmentally controlled training chamber can simulate any climate worldwide, enabling athletes to train under the atmospheric conditions they ...

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Condair expands service team in the North

Condair has expanded its service team and further strengthened its support for customers in the North of England with the appointment of Daniel Kirk, based out of West Yorkshire. Daniel is an extremely experienced HVAC technician having worked on both ...

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Kooltherm pipe insulation delivers modern performance at Grade 1 listed spa

Kingspan Kooltherm Pipe Insulation has been used to insulate pipework distributing ancient thermal spring water around a stunningly refurbished Georgian spa hotel in Buxton. The Crescent, Natural Baths and Pump Room were constructed during the 18th and 19th Centuries. The ...

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Technology building benefits from Kingspan Technical Insulation

Coventry University is laying the groundwork for future developments in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) with a new, state-of-the-art postgraduate facility, completed with a building service specification featuring premium performance Kingspan Kooltherm Pipe Insulation and Kingspan Therma Duct Insulation. ...

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New NHS Nightingale Hospital in Exeter is air conditioned with Toshiba SHRM-e Heat Recovery VRF

  Toshiba provided 46 Toshiba SHRM-e VRF systems to the hospital High-efficiency Toshiba variable refrigerant flow (VRF) air conditioning – supported by some 5km of electrical cabling – has been installed as part of a fast-track project for the new ...

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Fresh start

Alan Macklin, Technical Director at Elta Group and Chairman of the Fan Manufacturer’s Association (FMA), on providing safe and adequate ventilation for building occupants As FMs look at the safest ways of reopening offices, there is a lot of attention ...

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