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Water storage tank replacement – Springer Nature HQ, London

Springer Nature, which publishes scientific research papers and journals (part of the Macmillan Publishing Group) has headquarters at a newly refurbished site, canalside at King’s Cross in London. The development consists of an eclectic mix of new and old industrial buildings, designed by architects, Broadway Malyan. ECEX was approached by SPIE, one of the largest []

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Supermarket gas coolers protected by ECEX Air Intake Screens

Roof or yard-mounted supermarket cooling plant is usually located near main roads, surrounded by trees, above busy car parks and frequent lorry movements – suffering from just about every type of airborne debris: Pollen Insects Traffic Construction dust Litter All of which combine to block the condenser coils, causing failure during high ambient temperatures and wasting []

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Velindre University NHS Trust, AHU refurbishment

Velindre Cancer Centre in Whitchurch, Cardiff, is scheduled to be replaced and re-located, with completion in approximately 2025. In the meantime, the Trust required full refurbishment of this end-of-lifecycle but critical theatre Air Handling Unit to keep it in fully operational condition. The brief was to add up to 10 years additional service life, while []

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Access safety improvements at Watersmeet Theatre, Rickmansworth

ECEX Metalwork & Fabrication division is installing two new access stairs for Three Rivers District Council at Watersmeet Theatre, Rickmansworth in Hertfordshire. A previous fixed access ladder was unsuitable for maintenance access to the roof while carrying tools and materials and was no longer compliant with latest British Standards for design. ECEX designed, manufactured and []

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How to prevent construction dust entering HVAC intakes – University of Oxford

ECEX Air Intake Screens have been installed on air intake louvres at the University of Oxford, helping to prevent the dust created by a nearby construction site from clogging internal filters and severely compromising system efficiency. Adjacent to a large demolition/redevelopment site, before the addition of ECEX Air Intake Screens, large amounts of dust was []

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Extract unit replacement at Thomas Bennett Community College

ECEX replaced a extract unit serving the food technology class at Thomas Bennett Community College, Crawley. The existing unit was mounted on the roof of the main college building, and the casework had suffered from extensive corrosion, as had the associated attenuators. While the school was shut over the Easter Holidays, ECEX disconnected the old []

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