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ECEX Air Intake Screens protect BBC Broadcasting House AHU intakes

We have recently installed ECEX Air Intake Screens at the BBC’s Broadcasting House. Due to their busy London W1 location, the main supply air intakes to the buildings were drawing in large volumes of airborne debris – dust, pollen, insects, litter etc., causing repeated heavy clogging of the intake plenum and the frost coils and internal []

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Coil maintenance – clean, repair and protect

As winter starts to bite, the coils contained in condensers and evaporators are placed under additional strain and, should they fail, your business could potentially be brought to a halt. However, it needn’t be if you apply effective maintenance and the right equipment to prevent clogging, corrosion or leakage. There are essentially two types of []

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Passive structural fire stopping service

We have introduced a new range of Fire Stopping Services, including fire stopping of walls, floors and risers; fire barriers; structural fire protection; fire-rated ductwork and air sealing. ECEX, working in association with Partner business FP Ninety Three Ltd, offer a prompt, free site survey followed by a detailed report and quotation from experienced personnel as []

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Ensure safe access for HVAC maintenance

  Why fix something that isn’t broken? On the face of it, it seems like an utter waste of time and money. In fact, a well-implemented maintenance programme can save time and money because an unexpected breakdown will take more time and cost more to fix. In fact, maintenance has three roles – to avert []

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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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