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Titon flying high at housing development The occupants of 150 properties at a development in Mildenhall, Suffolk, are benefiting from clean air and reduced noise, thanks to Sonair acoustic ventilation units from Titon. Havilland Wood is a development of apartments and larger family homes, situated close to the historic military airbase, currently used by the US Air Force. The Sonair units were specified for their ability to deliver filtered fresh air, as well as attenuating the intermittently high noise levels from military jets at the nearby airbase. l For more information visit www.titon.co.uk


New Ecoskid heating system from Baxi Commercial division Baxi Commercial division launches the Ecoskid, a brand new prefabricated condensing heating system that extends the portfolio of high-efficiency, low and zero carbon solutions. Designed to provide the market place with an easy-to-install, fully prefabricated heating solution, it is a development of the early non- condensing prefabricated heating system which it replaces and the MB Series modular condensing option that will continue as a popular specifiers’ choice. The new Ecoskid is also available with a standard plate heat exchanger option. l For more information call 0845 070 1055 or visit www.andrewswaterheaters.co.uk or www.pottertoncommercial.co.uk


Static Systems’ fire alarm challenges at Walsall Formidable site-wide challenges had to be overcome by fire alarm specialist Static Systems Group (SSG) during the construction of the £174m Walsall PFI Hospital. A contract awarded by Skanska involved SSG in the design, supply and installation of fire alarms throughout the new facility. Because the new-build scheme was developed around existing facilities, maintaining full services to patients throughout the project was one of SSG’s greatest challenges. Further works are scheduled for completion in Spring 2011. l For more information call 01902 895551 or visit www.staticsystems.co.uk


Baxi Ecogen cuts fuel poverty and carbon emissions PEARL2 (Pendle Enterprise and Regeneration Ltd) has opted for Baxi Ecogen micro-combined heat and power (micro-CHP) as the low carbon heating and hot water solution for Stanley Street – Nelson, the latest phase of Pendle Council’s multi-million pound improvement programme in Whitefield, Nelson, Lancashire. PEARL2 is a regeneration partnership between Pendle Council and Barnfield Construction. It aims to make Pendle a better place to live, learn, work, play and visit. Installing renewable technology was central to reducing energy costs and lowering carbon footprints. l For more information visit www.bdrthermaespecification.co.uk


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Durapipe PLX is the order of the day at the NGD data centre in Newport Durapipe PLX, the specialist pipework system for fuel from Durapipe UK, has been specified to supply the emergency fuel solutions for the NGD data centre in Newport. The centre required a superior fuel system to provide fuel to the back- up power generators in the case of an emergency. Leading electrics company Power Electrics was tasked with supplying and fitting the data centre with a pipework system that would effectively transport fuel to the back-up generators. l For more information call 01543 279909 or visit www.plxpipe.com


Big performance, small footprint – new pump from Dimplex Dimplex is expanding choice in heat pumps for larger homes with the LA MAS range of air source pumps. A new design gives the range a considerably smaller footprint than previously, allowing greater freedom over location and system design, as well as reduced visual impact. The range offers homeowners the best of both worlds as it can be used as the sole heating source, or in ‘bivalent’ mode in combination with an existing conventional heating system to reduce bills and cut CO2 emissions. l For more information call 0845 601 5111 or visit www.dimplex.co.uk


June 2011 CIBSE Journal 63


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