Daikin VRV 5

The launch of Daikin’s VRV 5 S-series system last year marked an important step in the company’s roadmap to reducing CO2 emissions. Developed specifically to use lower GWP (Global Warming Potential) R-32 refrigerant, it is Daikin’s most sustainable solution yet. Now, the manufacturer reveals how its advanced Shîrudo technology supports the full flexibility of VRV and ensures compliance with the product-specific standards.

Access the IIR International Conference Rankine 2020 – Advances in Cooling, Heating and Power Generation on demand this summer – view the sessions you want to when you want to.  You will be able to select from over 90 sessions to take part in live during 27th - 31st July and get on demand access to recordings for four whole months after the event.

John Barker, Humidity Solutions

Humidity’s hidden impact

01 August, 2018

When specifying ‘air conditioning’ it’s important to consider all aspects of thermal comfort, including humidity control. Yet this important factor is often overlooked. John Barker explains its importance.

Zehnder Group UK, Nigel Coston

A RADIANT SOLUTION

01 August, 2018

Nigel Coston explains why radiant panels provide the ideal conditioning solution in the challenging healthcare environment.

Mark Grayston, VRF, Hybrid VRF System, HVRF, Mitsubishi Electric

Cooling with less carbon

01 August, 2018

With the country still enjoying the best of a glorious British summer, Mark Grayston explains a whole new approach to energy efficient ways of cooling staff, guests and customers inside their buildings.

data centre, Transtherm, Stulz UK, Mark Vojkovic, Tim Bound

Cool partners

01 August, 2018

How smart design and collaboration met tight deadlines at Europe’s largest data centre to deliver energy-efficient cooling solutions.

Wellbeing, Andrew Slater, Confort Cooling, Sensing, LG Air Conditioning

Andrew Slater considers the potential impact on specifications of taking into account the true value of wellbeing.

Renovating, Neil Bilton, CHQ Vaults in Dublin, Panasonic Heating & Cooling, refurbishment

Cooling Older Buildings

05 June, 2018

Renovating an older building for modern times can present challenges when considering air conditioning but today’s technology can provide the answer, says Neil Bilton.

Matthew Griffin, Legionella, adiabatic, Transtherm Cooling Technologies

Cool choices

05 June, 2018

With so much innovation in the cooling industry, Matthew Griffin explores five key comparisons to consider when specifying for your project.

Procare, Rivers Hospital, Steve Cook, healthcare

Taking care of services

05 June, 2018

At the end of 2017, construction and services specialist Procare delivered a new operating theatre. MBS looks at the challenges of designing and installing cooling and other services in this challenging environment.




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BPMA and AEMT Sign Mutual Co-operation Agreement

The British Pump Manufacturers’ Association (BPMA) and the Association of Electrical and Mechanical Trades (AEMT) are pleased to announce the recent signing of a Mutual Co-operation Agreement. 

ECA calls for urgent energy price reform

The ECA has warmly welcomed the urgent reform of electricity pricing recommended by The Climate Change Committee today. The latest CCC report to Parliament recommends that future energy pricing must remove current fiscal disincentives to electrification, boosting the deployment and use of low carbon electrical energy across the UK.