Heat Exchanger

Josh Emerson from Swegon looks at the up to date guidance and perceived risk from Rotary Heat Exchangers

air conditioning, Heat pumps, Nigel Palmer, Pacair

Cool runnings

01 August, 2019

Karen Fletcher speaks to a company at the front line of changes in the air conditioning sector and learns how it is staying ahead of the game with an eye firmly on the future.

REFCOM, Graeme Fox, World Refrigeration Day, ASHRAE, FETA, Russell Beattie

The UK’s primary F Gas register Refcom played a key role in the first World Refrigeration Day (WRD) as co-host with the Institute of Refrigeration (IoR) and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).

Air conditioning, Mitsubishi Electric, Martin Fahey, wellbeing, cooling, sustainability, hybrid, climate change

Keep your cool

01 June, 2019

Martin Fahey examines the wellbeing arguments for effective use of modern cooling technologies.

Colin Goode, Fujitsu, air conditioning, wellbeing, fan speed, ISO, UK Green Building Council, wellbeing

Design for wellbeing

01 June, 2019

Colin Goode asks some searching questions about the design of air conditioning systems in a market that has some pretty tough demands.

Air conditioning, Daikin Applied, James Henley, Sir Richard Branson, Richard Branson, challenge, refrigerants, legislation, F Gas, R32, Virgin

Virgin founder and world-famous marketeer Richard Branson wants the air conditioning market to make radical technical changes, but Daikin Applied UK’s James Henley* believes that manufacturers are already on the right track.




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Grenfell is the building industry's Piper Alpha says CIBSE

The recent passage of the Building Safety Act is a welcome recognition of the fact that making safe buildings is a highly skilled operation says the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers, endorsing the need for more effective regulation and a profound change in culture.

Underlying project-starts uptick indicates gradual recovery, Glenigan data suggests

  • 13% rise in detailed planning approvals against the preceding three months
  • 18% decline in main contract awards against the previous year
  • 9% increase in underlying starts during the three months to May

Glenigan has released the June 2022 edition of its Construction Review.