Armstrong launches new IPS 4000 controller for multi-pump installations with various loads

Armstrong Fluid Technology has announced the release of the new Integrated Pumping System (IPS 4000), an automation solution for commercial HVAC pumping stations of up to 8 pumps and 16 zones. The new IPS 4000 automates and optimises multi-pump installations in a range of different plant configurations. Providing sequences for variable-primary, secondary or tertiary pumping system applications, it delivers significant…

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Armstrong’s new domestic circulator and condensate pumps now available

Armstrong Fluid Technology’s new product lines for domestic and light commercial applications are now available and in stock. The new Armstrong product lines include high-quality, high-efficiency circulators for heating systems and drinking water, as well as specialist circulators for solar installations, and a broad range of condensate pumps for gas and oil-fired condensing boilers. Included in the portfolio are Armstrong…

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Draka Cat.6A FTP Extenders for quick and easy cable extension and repair without compromise

The Draka range of Cat.6A FTP Extenders provide a quick, easy to use means ofjoining two 4- pair Cat.6A cables together, whilst maintaining 10Gigabit component level compliance to ISO/IEC 11801:2002. The Draka Extenders are available in two versions: for Solid only and for Solid/Stranded Conductors (typically for installation cable to equipment cord), with the terminations compatible with 22-24AWG solid conductors and, in the case of the latter model, 26-27AWG stranded conductors. With quick and easy wire pair termination which requires no…

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Warm welcome at The National Army Museum

JS Air Curtains has supplied two Zen air curtains for the recently refurbished National Army Museum in Chelsea, London, to provide a warm welcome to visitors in its reception foyer and gift shop. The air curtains seal the entrances while the doors are open with an invisible barrier of air, preventing cold air entering in the winter and cool air…

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Recycling redesigned by Method

Method have redesigned recycling to make your space even more effective. They are the makers of visible, flexible and beautiful recycling bins, found globally in large facilities. Including world-renowned architecture firm Foster + Partners, the Design Council, Qantas, Canva, Xero and many more. Method started with the desire to make a visible difference. The co-founders, Steven and India Korner, believed…

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Acuity partners with social mobility employment programme

Acuity, Axis Group’s front-of-house division, has partnered with Growing Talent, an initiative run by Jane James Consultancy (JJC), focused on furthering social mobility through employment, as part of a programme to offer full-time job opportunities to people struggling to find work. Acuity is offering regular three-month initiatives, with JJC presenting suitable front-of-house candidates. A ‘speed-dating’ style meeting is then arranged…

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Identifying Damp in Your Property

Spotting Signs of Rising, Penetrating and Condensation Damp Maximising the value of your home includes ensuring that your property doesn’t exhibit signs of damp. Follow these steps to identify and eradicate damp. The uncertainty of the Brexit situation is significantly impacting the London housing market, with January of this year experiencing the biggest price drop in a decade. The average…

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IDEAL Networks launches world’s first handheld Industrial Ethernet network and cable tester

IDEAL Networks has launched NaviTEK IE, the first purpose built handheld network tester, designed for commissioning, preventative maintenance and troubleshooting of PROFINET Industrial Ethernet networks, plus standard Ethernet IP networks. The new, rugged NaviTEK IE copper and fibre troubleshooter has been developed to simplify the process of testing both cabling and networks in Industrial Ethernet networks that utilise the PROFINET…

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