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We’re exhibiting at next year’s HVAC & Refrigeration show!

We’ll be exhibiting at next year’s HVAC & Refrigeration Show – the UK’s only commercial exhibition for air conditioning, heating, ventilation, heat pumps and refrigeration – which takes place at London’s ExCeL Centre from 23 to 25 January 2018. A highlight of our stand will be the ECEX Air Intake Screens. These long-lasting external protection filters fit []

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Protection for your rooftop HVAC kit

    Preparing your building with an eye on the changing seasons makes a great deal of sense. After all, a little time spent now on inspection and a plant tune-up can save you a great deal of time down the line, especially if you are forced to deal with the catastrophic consequences of poor []

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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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Product Value vs Product Cost in Building Services Maintenance

I read a blog recently in which the writer bleated that he couldn’t understand why customers would choose a product that’s similar to his but at greater cost. Maybe he should credit his customers with some intelligence? Customers charged with making purchasing decisions on behalf of their clients make their judgements based on BEST VALUE []

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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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