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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Are temporary chillers the solution to UK stockpiling crisis?

Following news of further stockpiling in both the food and pharmaceutical industry, companies across the supply chain are facing the challenge of finding additional storage and cooling solutions (Chillers) to cope with demand. One viable solution, according to Aggreko, is for manufacturers, retailers and warehousing sector to consider temporary cooling systems / chillers. As food and medicine continue to be…

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A virtual look into the world of air filtration

Camfil has launched a Virtual Reality (VR) experience to help its customers understand the benefits and correct usage of air filtration. ‘The Camfil Experience‘ brings to life the invisible threat of particulate matter, while providing training for building services and maintenance engineers focusing on the correct way to specify, install, maintain and change air filters to ensure safety and efficiency.…

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McDermott Group awarded £4 million district heating upgrade

125 additional homes, three local schools and Falkirk Council offices are all set to benefit from a newly announced £4 million project to extend an existing district heating system and create a private wire network at Callendar Park. Falkirk Council has appointed specialist contractor McDermott Group to reconfigure and extend the existing district heating network which currently serves six tower…

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Accreditation for Altecnic SATK22 Heat Interface Unit

An electronic heat interface unit (HIU) from the leading supplier and manufacturer of quality hydronic solutions has received a significant accreditation from a highly regarded testing body. The Altecnic SATK22 has achieved quality system certification by KIWA UK, marking further recognition for the company’s industry-leading range of HIUs. Gary Perry, Altecnic Managing Director, commented: “We’re incredibly proud of the innovation the…

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Condair humidifiers at the National Army Museum

Condair has recently supplied and installed three Condair RS resistive steam humidifiers to maintain the humidity around the exhibits and archives at the National Army Museum in Chelsea, London. Optimum environmental conditions are required to ensure the perfect preservation of military artefacts that are made of a wide range of materials, some of which date back to the English Civil…

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PAC keeps Gloucester City Homes’ residents as safe as houses

Gloucester City Homes is an independent registered housing association that owns and manages rented homes, leasehold properties, shared ownership properties, commercial units and homeless units. It recently upgraded access control within a number of its dwellings with pioneering technology from PAC by STANLEY Products & Solutions. Now recognised as one of the best housing providers in the country through accreditations…

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Altecnic’s Specification and Technical Teams Awarded CIBSE Accreditation as Heat Network Consultants

With district heat networks becoming a key solution to the UK delivering a low carbon energy economy, Altecnic’s Specification and Technical team members have been awarded CIBSE accreditation as heat consultants. Says Gary Perry, Managing Director of Altecnic: “Heat networks deliver reliable heating and hot water while reducing energy consumption and lowering bills for the end user. Heat networks allow easy…

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