ECEX Case Studies

News from ECEX

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 []

Continue Reading

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. []

Continue Reading

Breathing space

Although the COVID-19 outbreak is relatively new, we have developed a good understanding of its cause and effects, and we are also learning a great deal about how the pathogen is transmitted. Until now, however, the emphasis has been on spread of the virus through contact with contaminated surfaces – hence the advice to wash []

Continue Reading

ECEX fights coil pathogens with powerful chemical-free disinfectant

ECEX now supplies and installs CoilCare CC-X, a powerful automated, chemical-free disinfectant that harnesses UV light to prevent bacteria, viruses and organic growth from taking-hold on cooling coils. CoilCare CC-X – manufactured by US-based BioZone Scientific International – can be retrofitted into existing ventilation units to instantly start fighting the bacteria that builds-up on cooling []

Continue Reading

Happy Christmas from ECEX

Happy Christmas from ECEX! A word from our Managing Director, John Grenville: “2019 has been an amazing year here at ECEX; all three divisions, Mechanical, Fabrication and Air Intake Screens, have enjoyed unprecedented growth. We’ve recruited a specialist Contracts Manager in our popular AHU refurbishment service and further strengthened our site, workshop, administration and customer []

Continue Reading

Protect and survive

There is much confusion when it comes to fire protection because people fail completely to understand the fundamental challenges and how to tackle them. There are essentially two types of fire protection system – active (which includes technology that activates in the event of fire such as fire extinguishers, fire alarms and sprinkler systems) and []

Continue Reading