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Aquilar - The Brand New Aquilar Website has now been Launched!
Packed full of information for consultants, contractors, installers and end users, the new website is much easier to navigate to get to the information you need. New features include – BREEAM and how Aquilar can help obtain credits for WAT3 and POL1 sections. Improved application section for commercial or petrochemical industries showing examples of where and how leak detection can be implemented. Download template...Read More
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Schueco’s New Prosol TF+ Thin-Film PV is 30% more Efficient
In April 2012, a new brilliant-look, up-rated version of ProSol TF known as ProSol TF+, will be available from leading solar energy and building envelope specialist, Schueco UK Limited. Designed as a BIPV product, ProSol TF+ is an advanced, higher-efficiency thin-film PV module that produces a 30% increase in electrical output over conventional photovoltaic thin-film products. The module's superior performance – typically 80 Wp/m2...Read More
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Spirax Sarco Advises on Flowmeter Selection in New White Paper
Spirax Sarco has published a new White Paper providing steam users with top tips to correctly select the right flowmeter to achieve targeted energy savings. The White Paper highlights the importance of monitoring and targeting schemes in light of carbon emissions legislation and volatile fuel prices, and how accurate steam measurement is key to improving plant efficiency, energy efficiency, process control and costing...Read More
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Mitsubishi Electric - Free Software CD Shows Full Value of Efficient Ventilation
Mitsubishi Electric has launched a new CD for its range of mechanical heat recovery ventilation systems which includes special calculation software showing how to use the technology to reduce the heating or cooling load within a room and how quick the technology’s payback period will be when compared to the running costs of a conventional ventilator. The Lossnay range of mechanical heat recovery ventilation units offers a special paper...Read More
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Trend Control Systems - Latest Trend Controllers Prove Size does not Count
Trend Control Systems Ltd has launched the first two models in a new generation of building energy management system (BEMS) controllers. Though small in size, the Trend IQ411 and IQ412 both offer a combination of advanced capabilities not found on any other building services controller, even much larger ones. The versatile new units – which incorporate a range of features that simplify installation, engineering and commissioning...Read More
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Marshall-Tufflex - New Website Calculates Savings from Voltis Home
Want to know how much Voltis Home could reduce domestic electricity bills by? Then check out the savings calculator at new website www.savepowerathome.co.uk. Recently launched by British energy management specialist Marshall-Tufflex, the website gives full details of how and why voltage optimisation works plus the level of savings householders may expect to achieve from Voltis Home. The site also provides electrical...Read More
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Advanced Air Fan Coils Reduce Carbon Emissions
The highly energy efficient EPIC fan coil range from Advanced Air has specific fan powers (SFPs) as low as 0.2 W/l/s constant speed or 0.15 W/l/s on VAV models. This highly efficient fan coil system has a unique fan deck arrangement where the large ec fans are mounted horizontally as opposed to vertically mounted fans that have been traditionally used in conventional ac fan coils for the past 50 years. This new development means...Read More
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