Building and Facilities News is proud to announce that Adveco has been selected as our HVAC Company of the Month.
The Tea Room at Beamish Museum is the latest high-profile attraction to have its heating system protected with a BoilerMag XT industrial filter.
The influence of water quality always has a considerable an immense influence on the performance of heating systems and we all know that only systems that are operated optimally work efficiently and economically.
John Gittens, Business Development Director at Maincor, takes a look at two recent case studies where the installation of underfloor heating is delivering results for clients and end-users.
One of the main challenges for data centres is coping with cooling and humidity control demands within the building because of the enormous heat gains generated by the large volume of computers and lighting systems – often in operation 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Watkins Annual Steam Protection Service (WASPS) is said to guarantee business continuity during mandatory steam boiler inspections. All steam boilers are subject to an annual insurance inspection, resulting in downtime.
Consort Claudgen has launched its latest innovation, the MRX1 Multizone wireless controller, which offers ‘zoning’ of your electric heating system.
With energy costs as high as ever and no long-term predictions for major price falls, Radflek Radiator Reflectors are the quick, easy and low-cost way to cut bills, reduce emissions and keep homes warmer during the winter months.
TREND CONTROL SYSTEMS, manufacturer of Building Energy Management Systems (BEMS), has launched the IQ4E.
Frese, the market leader in pressure independent flow and temperature control valves (PICVs) has announced the launch of its first ever Static Balancing Valve (STBV).
When a world-leading fan manufacturer wanted to increase the energy-efficiency of their client’s AHU plant, they turned to Gibbons.
Smith’s Fan Convectors has provided six Caspian Universals for Christ the Servant Church of England in Digsmoor, Skelmersdale. The contractor was Colin Wakefield of Wakefield & Wilson, Garston, Liverpool, who had already installed Smith’s fan convectors in a previous church. The church’s existing heating dated from 1972. The maintenance programme had lapsed and the heating […]