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Six important ventilation precautions

Although hygiene plays a decisive part in protecting against transmission of Coronavirus, research has revealed the significance of airborne spread of the infection, placing ventilation on the front line in the fight against the pandemic. Here are six ways to help combat infections in ventilation systems and improve their overall effectiveness: Fusty, stale air indicates []

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ECEX completes major AHU refurb project

ECEX has completed a major air handling unit (AHU) refurbishment project in the Broadgate Quarter in London. We have refurbished two massive AHUs at 9 Appold Street, a unique business development between Liverpool Street station and Broadgate. Both units – one providing a duty of 21 m³/s and the other 16 m³/s – are on []

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ECEX Air Intake Screens keep data centres cool

  ECEX Heavy Duty Air Intake Screens have recently been installed at a major UK data centre to protect 36 Excool indirect evaporative data centre cooling units, helping to cut maintenance time, improve energy efficiency and reduce the risk of breakdown. As data centres are such a critical part of our national infrastructure, ensuring operational []

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ECEX supplies anti-fall solution at the London School of Economics

ECEX has recently supplied access safety metal works at the London School of Economics (LSE), based on Houghton Street in central London. Ranked first in Europe and second in the world for social sciences, LSE is a prestigous and well-known University. Next month (October), LSE celebrates its 125th anniversary. Anti-fall solution ECEX fabricated railings for []

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Keeping the outside air outside

Outdoor air can enter and leave a building by infiltration, natural ventilation and mechanical ventilation. This means that pollutants that lurk outdoors can often be found indoors too. where they can join other irritants to produce a cocktail of contaminants that trigger coughing, chest tightness, sore throat, watery or itchy eyes, shortness of breath and []

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AHUs – refurbish or replace?

The word ‘maintenance’ sounds rather mundane and unexciting. It seems to describe a holding operation, implying a continuation of existing conditions and preservation of the status quo. In fact, nothing could be further from the truth. As well as lowering operational costs and raising environmental performance, maintenance can also be a powerful tool for improvement. []

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