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Pollen – affecting human and HVAC health

  A staggering 44 per cent of British adults suffer from at least one allergy and the number of sufferers is on the rise. One of the most common reactions is allergic rhinitis (aka hay fever), which is often caused by airborne pollen, and affects between 10 and 30 per cent of adults and up []

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Is your AC system coping in the heat?

    As commuters struggle to work in the sweltering heat, the lucky ones who work in air conditioned offices look forward to a haven of cool. At least, that’s the way it will be if building managers and maintenance staff are on top of their game – ensuring the AC system working effectively and []

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Fast-fix magnetic mounting system introduced for ECEX Air Intake Screens

We’ve launched a fast and easy-fit version of ECEX Air Intake Screens which uses powerful magnets to enable quick and simple installation in sensitive or difficult to reach areas. ECEX Air Intake Screens are long-lasting external protection filters that fit on air handling units, chillers, dry air coolers, condensers, cooling towers, air intakes and other HVAC []

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Breathe easy with ECEX Air Intake Screens

        One of our industry’s leading trade associations, the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA), has called for any proposed new Clean Air Act should include measures supporting the role of buildings as ‘safe havens’ from pollution. This follows reports that a coalition of environmental campaigners, health bodies and industry groups has launched []

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Retrofit to boost energy saving

  The UK is in the vanguard of countries committed to reduce carbon emissions. For example, the government’s recently published industrial strategy sets out a positive framework for the low-carbon economy we need and delivering affordable sustainable energy is a central pillar in this. We also have the most advanced environmental legislation in the world []

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Energy savings for food and drink sector

    Where should the HVAC industry aim its efforts to get the greatest ‘bang for its buck’ in terms of energy efficiency? The answer really is a no-brainer: the larger the manufacturing sector, the greater are the potential energy savings. And the single largest manufacturing sector in the UK is food and drink which []

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