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KoolDuct shows lasting power of innovation at STEM Learning

Over 13 years since it was first installed, ductwork fabricated from The Kingspan KoolDuct System is maintaining ideal learning conditions at the National STEM Learning Centre at the University of York. First opened in 2005, STEM learning supports teachers, technicians ...

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Victaulic launches new StrengThin 100 Series E125 Installation-Ready Butterfly Valve for HVAC systems

World leading manufacturer of mechanical pipe-joining systems launches latest innovation for European HVAC market, the Victaulic StrengThin 100 Series E125 Installation-Ready Butterfly Valve Rubber-lined valve features built-in coupling, making it light, compact and easier to install than flanged wafer valves. ...

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Condair Configure – New humidifier selection tool

Condair is launching a web-based humidifier selection tool, which enables AHU customers to design a humidification system from within the AHU company’s own in-house AHU design software. The software module, called Condair Configure, allows manufacturers to design and quote AHUs ...

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Room serviced

Quality heating and cooling within the hospitality sector is central to guest wellbeing advises Tom Hall, Corporate Business Development Manager at Mitsubishi Electric Guest comfort is an absolute priority for any hotel, but running costs, maintenance regimes and staying abreast ...

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Central intelligence

Used properly, smart building technology can transform the efficiency of central plant systems, says Barry Jones, Operations Director at 4D Monitoring There has been a sea change of thinking at executive level, as organisations look to move away from traditional ...

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Cooling air

Paul Langford, Engineering Director, Colt International expounds on the benefits of evaporative cooling Evaporative cooling is an exceptionally efficient and cost-effective means of cooling industrial buildings, production facilities, warehouses and data centres. It is highly effective in all weather conditions ...

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Breath of life

Keith Chanter, CEO of EMCOR UK, discusses the impact of poor office environments, particularly high CO2 levels, on worker performance Installing an office slide and ping-pong table, replacing chairs with beanbags and upgrading the coffee machine are some of the more ...

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Something in the air

Poor quality air takes a significant toll on both the economy and people’s health. But there is an effective remedy, says Mark Taylor of Camfil Air pollution is the foremost environmental cause of early death, contributing to the equivalent of ...

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Keeping it cool

In our special HVAC focus, heating and ventilation specialists explain the importance of local climate when specifying cooling systems, the significance of Lot 20, and what to do if your systems break down In the search for energy and water ...

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