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Why refurb and repair makes solid business sense

      As HVAC equipment ages, it costs more and more to run and is increasingly likely to break down, which will have a huge impact on the occupants of the building it serves. On top of this, as time passes technological improvements lead to greater efficiency, lower costs and better overall performance – []

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ECEX launches comprehensive guide to HVAC maintenance

We’ve launched a free, wide-ranging guide to HVAC system maintenance. HVAC System Maintenance, a guide to effective equipment servicing, explains the steps to maintenance good practice, including how to draw up a maintenance policy, developing a maintenance strategy, details of different forms of maintenance and assessing maintenance needs. It also looks briefly at air handling []

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ECEX appoints AHU specialist

We’re pleased to welcome new contracts manager, Ryan Hawken . Mr Hawken has joined ECEX primarily to apply his considerable air handling unit and ventilation experience to strengthen that side of our business. He was previously based in Ringwood as project manager for AHS (Specialist Services) which builds and supplies air handling plant, where he []

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Why refurbishment makes sense

  Should you renew or repair and reuse older HVAC equipment? This perennial question has left building owners scratching their heads for decades. There are, of course, pros and cons to both renewal and overhaul. Buying new means you gain freedom of choice; you can specify precisely the equipment you want. You also gain the []

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Four steps to HVAC heaven

    Now is a great time of the year to check HVAC plant and equipment is operating at its optimum because we have experienced – and will probably continue to face – heat wave conditions with temperatures in some places as hot as the Bahamas, approaching a sweltering 30 deg C. Indeed, we are []

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Try a different type of R ‘n’ R

                Retrofitting and refurbishment are attractive alternatives to buying new on several levels. There are, of course, the obvious environmental benefits of reusing existing equipment where appropriate – it reduces pollution, limits the demand for new natural resources and reduces waste going to landfill. All this means lower energy []

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