2020 June

Healthcare

Paint to protect

30 June, 2020

New coatings on surfaces can make the healthcare environment a safer one, says David Simoes

Making Buildings Work

The Making Buildings Work conference has been postponed to the 23rd of March, 2021

Dominic Horne

What will the post-Covid employment and skills landscape look like?

Colin Swanick

As we head towards the new normal, many businesses will be returning to work in offices and workspaces that may have been closed for up to three months. Colin Swanick of Kimpton presents a checklist to consider. 

Rinnai

The need for constant hot water is critical like never before, says Chris Goggin of Rinnai

Rinnai is offering free energy audits on all sites.  

IV Produkt

IV Produkt say their new concept represents a new way of designing, transporting and assembling air handling units.

Lee Hargreaves

 As lockdowns ease, the challenge of safely bringing buildings back into use emerges. Lee Hargreaves of Buro Happold looks at what will be needed. 

Vindur Top

The Coronavirus outbreak has increased awareness of hygienic room climate issues, ventilation and air-conditioning systems in public buildings. If planned poorly or not serviced properly, air conditioning units can quickly turn into transmitters of disease-causing germs.

Rinnai handwash station

Rinnai’s mobile hand wash station is now on sale with the first units already sold and on site working -  this is a timescale of just over 25 days from concept to prototype to be ready for market and in use, on site.

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Rinnai continuous flow hot water delivery units and systems can offer unlimited amounts of hot water for hand washing and hygiene in all healthcare applications and sites

Variable Speed Drives

Can today’s Variable Speed Drives be simply installed and left to do their own thing? Carl Turbitt, ABB’s UK HVAC sector manager, explores the options.

Aermec WWM modular unit

Aermec came to the rescue when a chiller in a multi-family condominium in New York City needed replacing, by completing the installation and commissioning of new chillers within two weeks.

BPMA

The British Pump Manufacturers Association (BPMA) – the organisation which represents the business interests of UK and Irish suppliers of liquid pumps and related pumping equipment - has refreshed and relaunched two of its dedicated skills development websites.

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Laboratory buildings can be responsible for 50-80% of non-residential carbon emissions at research-intensive universities. Ian Thomas, Product Manager for Labcontrol at Trox, looks at the issues.




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Pandemic Forces Further CSA Awards Postponement

The CSA Awards have been postponed to June 2021 - and the entry deadline has been extended, so make sure you get your nominations in. 

Lochinvar makes double sales appointment

Dean Thornton and Will Brooks have taken up area sales manager roles at Lochinvar

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