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Building maintenance – service with a smile

Building maintenance tends to be out of sight and out of mind. As a result, it has something of a reputation for being under-funded, unproductive and poorly managed. However, as recent cases involving legionnaires’ disease outbreaks have shown, this attitude is at best dangerous and can prove fatal. That is why it makes sense to []

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Answer to a burning question

Everybody recognises that uncontained fire is dangerous. Indeed, the threats associated with fire have been recognised in the UK for more than 350 years. When the Great Fire of London began up in the centre of the capital in 1666 it destroyed over 13,000 houses and 87 parish churches, gutted St Paul’s Cathedral, and destroyed []

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Access all areas

    Safe access protects building services engineers installing and maintaining plant. To ensure this, ECEX has a highly experienced team operating from our workshops in Newbury who can survey, design, manufacture, refurbish and install metal fabrications of all descriptions. ECEX specialises in steel fabrication for access safety including bespoke platforms and railings. We also []

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Why ECEX Air Intake Screens make solid business sense

  What wouldn’t you give for a quality solution that prevents airborne debris from clogging internal coil fins, perishable filters and other components in the rooftop HVAC equipment you specify or install? Well, you can achieve this simply by retrofitting special, made-to-measure screens to equipment including air handling units, air intake louvres, chillers, dry air []

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ECEX provides support for Tate Modern extension

We have installed an elevated steel support gantry and associated screening louvres at Tate Modern’s award-winning 2016 extension, the iconic Blavatnik Building in London. The gantry supports three new 3,600kg dry coolers installed by ECEX customer SPIE Building Services. ECEX faced the considerable design challenge of fitting the gantry into a congested plant compound. The []

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Cold facts about coil maintenance

Winter is a particularly challenging time of the year for your building’s HVAC system; condensation tends to form on the coil and this can freeze in the colder months, reducing air flow and heat transfer and severely weakening the air conditioning system or even leading to catastrophic failure. A frozen coil can cause devastating problems in a building []

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