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New R32 VRF air conditioning provides complete solution

Mitsubishi Electric has launched new R32 VRF (Variable Refrigerant Flow) air conditioning systems to offer the UK market the first complete range of lower Global Warming Potential (GWP) solutions. The R32 City Multi YNW range is available in both heat ...

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Hottest day of the year results in 85% increase in commercial air conditioning and refrigeration emergency callouts

With forecasters predicting record Summer temperatures of up to 40 degrees this year, the UK could be looking forward to a glorious summer. But, some businesses are about to enter the season of broken air conditioning units and refrigeration systems ...

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Rinnai hot water units now with complete service plans to ensure a continuous flow

Rinnai, the UK leader in the supply of energy efficient hot water heating units for the facilities industry, is introducing comprehensive service plans for all new and existing sites with proof of service to ensure that users have a continuous ...

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BoilerMag XT filter installed in bell tower at All Saints’ Church Preston-on-Tees

The heating system of All Saints’ Church in Eaglescliffe, Preston-on-Tees has been protected with a BoilerMag XT industrial filter. Installed by Nigel Stoves Plumbing & Heating Ltd, this large heating system filter is a key part of a complete new ...

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Aspen Pumps is awarded coveted Queen’s Award for the third time!

Following a record few years for the company, Aspen Pumps Group [Aspen] has been awarded the prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise; International Trade, in recognition of its ongoing and notable growth in overseas markets in the last 3 years. This ...

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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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Planning tomorrow’s care today

Paul Djuric, Operations Manager at Urgent Technology explains how facilities management can safeguard the future of care in an ageing world Recent research suggests that almost 90 per cent of local authorities in England will face a “crisis” in care ...

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Stop the rot

Industry best practice may not be enough to prevent costly corrosion in HVAC systems, argues Steven Booth, Associate Director at Guardian Water Treatment Corrosion is a serious issue when it comes to HVAC systems, causing breakdown and inefficiencies and adversely ...

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