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Crane Valves saves energy for Domino’s Pizza Commissioning valve units, strainers and associated products from Crane Fluid Systems have been installed at the commissary recently built for Domino’s Pizza Group, a major pizza delivery company in the UK and Ireland, at West Ashland, Milton Keynes. The state-of- the-art facility will provide for the planned future growth of Domino’s global business. More than 500 of its stores will rely on the new commissary for the fresh dough and other ingredients they need to produce consistently high quality pizzas. l For more information visit

Birmingham University adopts SE Controls night purge ventilation strategy The ‘night purge’ facility is often seen in naturally ventilated buildings. The idea is to cool down the internal fabric of the building during the coolest part of the night. In the Metallurgy and Materials Building at Birmingham University, first and second floor windows can be opened to offer this facility. If the temperature inside the building goes over a set point during the day and the outside temperature is at least 30C below the average internal temperature, the windows will open for one hour. l For more information call 01543 443060 or visit

Heat pump energy storage system Phase Change Materials (PCM) store and release thermal energy during the process of melting and freezing. The latest range of PCM solutions offer new application opportunities between -100ºC and +885 ºC. For example, using +8C and +46C PCM materials on both the cold and hot side of the heat pump would spread the loads over 24 hours and reduce the machine size as much as by 50%. By also storing hot and cold air, the overall COP nearly doubles, not only reducing the running cost but also offering a reliable stand-by system. l For more information call 01733 245511 or visit

Invisible.AC central to energy-efficient fine dining at the Marine The versatility of the Invisible.AC small-duct high-velocity heating and air conditioning system (sdHVAC) is highlighted at the restored art-deco beach front Marine Café in Milford-on-sea. The system, supplied by IBD Distribution, is linked to Daikin Altherma heat pumps to provide a fully integrated heating and cooling system for the café bar and the living accommodation. IBD Distribution supplied two compact and low-energy Invisible.AC air handling units and a mini-duct delivery system to provide cooling in the café area. l For more information call 01202 825682 or visit

Purmo brings low temperature heating to Launde Abbey Launde Abbey, the residential Retreat House and conference centre serving the dioceses of Leicester and Peterborough, has had 60 Purmo radiators installed as part of an extensive refurbishment programme. Fourty-four Purmo Compact and 16 Delta Laserline radiators were fitted during the renovation of the 12th-century property. The radiators for the piano room and the library were powder coated brown to match the building’s interior panelling. Launde Abbey contains a biomass boiler and 23 bedrooms, each of which had en-suite bathroom facilities installed during the refurbishment. l For more information call 0845 070 1090 or visit

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BPT monitors selected for MediaCityUK BPT Security Systems (UK), a specialist in door entry, access control and gate automation, is pleased to announce it has received one of its largest single project orders for Nova video door entry monitors. The order is for the MediaCityUK development in Salford Quays, Manchester. Already being referred to as the most significant media development in the UK, MediaCityUK has been designed to provide a purpose-built home for creative and digital businesses. l Fore more information call 01442 230800 or visit

First dedicated electrical test kit for solar PV installation The Seaward Solar Installation PV100 is the first dedicated multi-function electrical tester for those involved in solar panel installation. The tester can carry out all electrical tests required by IEC 62446 on grid-connected PV systems and eliminates the need for multiple test instruments for PV panel electrical installation and connection. With the push of a single button, the new combination tester carries out the required sequence of electrical tests in a safe and controlled manner, avoiding the risk of contact with exposed live DC conductors. l For more information call 0191 586 3511 or visit

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