With over 15 years of HIU supply under their belts, Evinox has unveiled their latest range of ModuSat® XR ‘Smart’ Heat Interface Units, which provide M&E Contractors and Consulting Engineers with a “whole lot more” for a “whole lot less” due to the myriad of hidden extras.
Consort Claudgen has launched their first BIM (Building Information Modelling) objects which include panel heaters, fan heaters, recessed ceiling heaters and air curtains. Architects and specifiers can now access the BIM models for their BIM projects from Consort Claudgen’s website or the NBS National BIM Library.
BoilerMag has opened a brand new testing facility to carry out sophisticated filtration analysis for central heating system filters. Located at BoilerMags’ Sheffield headquarters, this state of the art laboratory will provide customers with performance guarantees for flow rates, contamination levels, and filter efficiency.
The UK's leading innovator in underfloor heating will be showcasing its fullrange of systems and ancillary products, together with its heat pumps and other low energy technologies at the this year's FuturebuIld, from the 5th – 7th March at ExCel in London’s Docklands.
While the earliest applications of underfloor heating can be traced back to 5000 BC Korea, most of the major developments resulting in the systems we know and use today happened in the last 100 years, says Ross Verity, Managing Director of ForceDry.
For any residential building project, it would be fair to say that time saved on site is hugely beneficial for developers, contractors and housing associations alike, helping to reduce project costs and enabling residents to occupy properties as quickly as possible. With this in mind, Evinox Energy has introduced remote commissioning and warranty validation for their ModuSat heat interface units (HIUs), which can significantly reduce the cost of commissioning and time spent on site by engineers manually checking and adjusting settings.
Warm Air, Radiant and Heating Products are now affected by European Regulations.
The UK’s leading HVAC manufacturer carried out an extensive research study in 2017, reaching out to their entire customer base and the HVAC market place as a whole across the UK and continental Europe.
Manufacturing, warehousing and distribution businesses across the world are looking for ways to cut costs to remain as competitive as possible. And with productivity more crucial than ever, large warehouse doors are being left open for longer and used more frequently. As internal temperatures drop by as much as 10°C within moments of the doors opening, it’s time for warehouse businesses to stop energy sneaking out of the back door and making a huge hole in their profits.
James Griffiths, Head of Specialist Projects at heating, cooling and plumbing specialist Uponor, discusses the underfloor heating and cooling installation at Transport for London’s Old Oak Common depot for the Elizabeth line.