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Research shows Purmo changes indoor climate for the better Radiators are still the best choice for delivering comfortable heating evenly, silently and cleanly, research commissioned by leading radiator manufacturer Purmo has shown. The most significant find was the fast, even distribution of warmth within the room, due to the combination of radiated and convected air patterns that radiators produce. Especially when operating at lower temperatures, they also provide a healthier atmosphere, avoiding the burning of airborne dust, which can generate unpleasant odour and a dry atmosphere. Another advantage is their silent operation. l For more information call Suzanne Todd on 0845 070 109 or visit uk@purmo.co.uk


Durapipe settles into Northampton and Kettering care homes A host of Durapipe pipework has been specified within a number of new build care home projects in Northamptonshire. The new build projects of Cliftonville and Elm Bank are based in Northampton and Kettering respectively and are being built by leading care home developer Avery Healthcare. Based on previous good experiences, the contractor Metcalfe Engineers was already familiar with the extensive product offering from Durapipe UK and therefore specified Friatherm pipework in sizes 22mm to 75mm. l For more information call 01543 279909 or visit www.durapipe.co.uk


New solar thermal collectors from Dimplex Dimplex is expanding its solar thermal water heating range with the launch of three products: a flat plate collector, a high performance evacuated tube option and single branch pump station. The options give Dimplex improved flexibility to offer a solution for every solar thermal installation. With the anticipated introduction of the Renewable Heat Incentive later this year, the solar products will help to meet demand and add flexibility for specifiers, creating a choice of solar collectors and hydraulic packs carrying the Dimplex name. l For more information call 0845 601 5111 or visit www.dimplex.com


PCM-based passive cooling system Phase Change Materials (PCM) store and release thermal energy during the process of melting and freezing, and the latest range of PCM solutions between -100ºC and +885 ºC offer new application opportunities. For example, the cool energy available overnight is stored in the form of +27ºC PCM containers within the building, and later the stored energy is utilised to absorb the internal and solar heat gains during daytime for an energy free passive cooling system. l For more information call 01733 245511 or visit www.pcmproducts.net


Elta Fans collaborates on largest-ever NHS project in Scotland Kingswinford-based manufacturer, Elta Fans, has supplied fans and equipment to the largest NHS construction project ever undertaken in Scotland. A new ‘acute hospital’ for NHS Forth Valley, is currently under construction in Larbert, a small town near Falkirk. Equipment supplied by Elta Fans included two Powerduct SPD fans, a Multiflow SMB, six SmokeVent LCS fans, a Quietflow Twin, two JetFlow fans, along with 20 special centrifugal fans sourced from Fans & Spares Ltd, Glasgow. l For more information call 01384 275800 or visit www.eltafans.com


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BACnet natural ventilation control from TITAN Products now available The CCM-204-NV provides energy efficient control in buildings by controlling the natural ventilation on demand and improving the environmental conditions through the control of temperature and CO2 levels. The CCM-204- NV can control two separate zones and when used in conjunction with TITAN Products temperature sensors, CO2 sensors, rain detectors and window controllers the CCM-204- NV can create an extremely flexible multi-zone natural ventilation system. This advanced application specific controller with automatic seasonal adjustment will increase ventilation as CO2 and temperature levels increase. l For more information call 0161 406 6480 or visit www.titanproducts.com


Nuaire celebrates fifth contract win with major housing developer Nuaire, the market leader in the design and manufacture of energy efficient domestic ventilation systems, has completed its fifth successful project with Orchard Homes & Developments. The project involved the supply of MRXBOX95 wall units for 14 new build properties in a new Regency House development in Southampton. Nuaire introduced the MRXBOX95 range in


2009 to help property developers meet their building regulation requirements and provide healthy living environments for their occupants. The units are lightweight, easy to install and are available in a variety of sizes. l For more information call 029 2085 8200 or visit www.nuaire.co.uk/residential


TA Hydronics heralds an engineering advance in HVAC efficiency Wasted energy within the HVAC sector has inspired the recent formalisation between three major HVAC companies: Pneumatex, a specialist in pressurisation and water quality; TA the world- leading brand in hydronic balancing solutions, and Heimeier, a leader in the manufacture of thermostatic controls, to create one superbrand. Operating under the new name, TA Hydronics, the integration will raise the standard in HVAC system optimisation. Under one banner, TA Hydronics reinforces its position as the leading global expert in hydronic distribution systems. l For more information visit www.tahydronics.com


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