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Yorkshire County Council chooses Weatherite for kitchen upgrades Weatherite Building Services (WBS) has upgraded the ventilation and gas systems at four schools and an elderly person’s home as part of North Yorkshire County Council’s programme of kitchen and gas safety works. The projects represent an excellent example of Weatherite’s ability to offer a ‘one-stop shop’ for all aspects of building services and project management. WBS carried out the projects at Boroughbridge and Sherburn High, Fairburn Primary and Mowbray Special Schools and at Springfield Garth Elderly Persons Home. l For more information call Robert Boswell on 0121 665 2266 or email rboswell@weatherite-holdings.com


Oventrop quality gets into church High quality product design and a reputation for reliability resulted in a range of Oventrop valves being specified by Pasion Star, consulting engineers of Worthing, for the new heating systems in Christ the King Church, Cockfosters, North London, recently. To serve the two floors there are 60 radiators, all equipped with AV6 TRVs and Combi four lockshield valves, and 12 fan convectors. One plant room is on the ground floor and there is a small one on the first floor. l For more information call 01256 330441 or email sales@oventrop.co.uk


Waste not want not – Dimplex heating warms compost facility A Veolia composting facility in East Sussex that recycles green waste into organic soil conditioner is using Dimplex electric heating and solar thermal hot water to optimise efficiency. In addition to five full-time staff based at the Woodlands Centre at Whitesmith, the site receives up to 60 visitors a week, including members of the public, schools, and local authorities from across Europe, all coming to investigate environmental best practice – so a comfortable environment is vital and Dimplex’s electric heating offered an ideal solution. l For more information call 0845 601 5111 or visit www.dimplex.co.uk


Colour panel for BPT two-wire door entry system Access solutions specialist BPT Security Systems has launched an addition to its X1 two wire video entry system: the Lithos colour video entry panel with integral intercom. For use on single dwellings or small apartment blocks, Lithos comes with the option of one, two or four push buttons, which are quick and easy to replace without the need to remove the surround. An intercom function is incorporated into Lithos, without the need for a supplementary power supply. l For more information call 01442 230800, visit www.bpt.co.uk or email sales@bpt.co.uk


Radiant ceiling panels from MHS Radiators are ideal heating solution Moduline from MHS Radiators is a low-cost, lightweight and discreet alternative to traditional heat emitters. These radiant ceiling panels can operate at lower running temperatures (typically 3oC lower than convective systems) that can deliver energy savings of up to 30%. Moduline panels distribute temperature evenly across the whole space and are ideally suited to schools, hospitals, offices or where wall space is at a premium. To make installation easy Moduline panels are designed to fit in standard T-bar suspended ceilings. l For more information visit www.mhsradiators.com


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Elta investment packs a punch A new investment from the Applied Technology division of Elta Fans has significantly increased the production capacity at its engineering and manufacturing site in Fareham, Hampshire, with the introduction of the latest in sheet metal punching technology. A Trumpf TruPunch 2020 punching machine marks the newest addition to Elta’s already extensive manufacturing hardware and software, providing greater productivity and flexibility in the manufacture of fans and ancillary equipment employed in a wide range of building services applications. l For more information call 01384 275800 or visit www.eltafans.com


Beaver Floorcare makes sure Wolverhampton Civic Hall doesn’t slip up! 35,000 serious slip accidents occur in workplaces across Great Britain every year. Ensuring floor surfaces meet health and safety standards for slip resistance can be a big concern for businesses. The wooden floors at Wolverhampton Civic Hall had been maintained with a regular scrub and dry, and an application of wax. Floors such as this are prone to very low levels of slip resistance. Beaver Floorcare was asked to assess the problem floors and offered a complete service to produce the most slip resistant floor surface. l For more information call 01773 541177 or email info@granwax.com


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