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Opening offices safely – CIBSE publishes ventilation and air conditioning guidance

Preparing an office for safe re-occupation is about much more than turning on the lights. Once it is agreed who will be working and when, there needs to be a thorough re-evaluation of air conditioning and ventilation systems, according to ...

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HVAC is part of the solution in helping essential services deal with Covid-19

Heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems must be allowed to play their important role in helping essential services deal with the Covid-19 pandemic, according to the UK’s F Gas register REFCOM. Speaking on a webinar hosted by the Building ...

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Comply with new ventilation fire risk standards with Filta

Award-winning Filta has unveiled a new automated duct-cleaning service to help operators meet the stricter TR19 increased fire risk management standards for commercial kitchens. FiltaVent works by spraying biological enzymes directly into the ventilation system with special nozzles to reduce ...

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Clearing the air

Jamie Woodhall, Technical & Innovations Manager at Rentokil Specialist Hygiene with advice on keeping ventilation compliant over the summer and beyond Britain is in the midst of one of its hottest years. The warmest February day on record occurred this ...

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Hit the ceiling when opening up design potential 

An innovative package is enabling architects, designers and specifiers to reach new heights in commercial interior design, whilst ensuring the space below is a comfortable working environment. Through the package, Gilberts Blackpool can not only provide the ventilation but can, ...

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Energy efficient make-up air should be on everyone’s menu

An increasing number of commercial buildings require improved ventilation – often to create a cleaner atmosphere that meets health and safety and COSHH requirements, or simply to provide a more comfortable environment for employees. Danny Packham European Product Manager – ...

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Poor indoor air quality can lead to illness and reduced productivity

We spend around 90% of our lives indoors, often working for up to eight hours a day in poorly ventilated offices, occasionally alongside ill colleagues. We frequently take preventative measures to stop ourselves becoming unwell ourselves – like washing hands ...

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Trane introduces next generation balance heating and cooling system to reduce energy use and increase sustainable operations

Increases sustainability in commercial buildings through energy recovery, and is one of the first in its category to meet Eurovent performance standards Trane, a leading global provider of indoor comfort solutions and services, and a brand of Ingersoll Rand, introduces ...

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Breathe easy

Good air quality in the workplace is essential for the health and wellbeing of staff as well as the efficient running of the business. Steven Booth, associate director at Guardian Water Treatment, explains how it can be achieved Last year ...

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New TEL product offers “unrivalled control and energy-efficiency”

Global electronic airflow control and monitor manufacturer and consultant, Temperature Electronics Ltd (TEL), has launched the first laboratory room space controller to communicate directly with fume cupboards, affording an unrivalled degree of control, comfort and energy-efficiency. TEL’s AFA5000 Laboratory Room ...

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