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HEATING, VENTILATION & SERVICES


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All-in-one marketplace for heating


Warm-On is an online marketplace with the purpose to bridge the gap between installers or small construction business owners and manufacturers of heating equipment. The company helps its customers to make the quick and rational decision in the field of comfortable


heating and frost protection. Its information resources and technical advisors offer impartial assistance to customers and help accelerate the sales cycle of small businesses. Warm-On creates the basis for a long-term business relationship through its high quality products and services, as well as through its attractive dynamic discount system.


info-uk@warm-on.com Effective heating controls


Effective heating controls are a vital part of an efficient central heating system. Heating controls manufacturer ESi says it makes huge sense to look more closely at the options. ESi offers a range of programmers from a simple 1 Channel version to a 3 Channel Multi-purpose programmer providing separate timed heating control for living and sleeping zones in a home, whilst also providing timed control of hot water. Take a closer look at the full range of controls on the website.


01280 816868 www.esicontrols.co.uk


Vortice supplies Trio Square


Architects Hinton Cook and their client Trio Square, turned to Vortice to help solve venti- lation challenges at a Ryton upon Dunsmore development. The site had two important issues to resolve. Part of the site had to comply to System 3 (MEV) of Building Regulations


Part F and the other part of the site had to comply with System 4 (MVHR) as well as complying with planning guidance on noise ingress. Tony Green-Hurst of Vortice said: “Hinton Cook and Trio Square understood the challenges they faced and allowed us to help them design the ideal ventilation system for each of their properties.”


sales@vortice.ltd.uk MVHR units now with Bluebrain control


Following the launch of its ceiling/void mounted HRX-aQ Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery (MVHR) appliances with intelligent air management, Domus Ventilation, part of Polypipe, has intro- duced this same advanced ‘Bluebrain’ control to its wall mounted MVHR units. The new Domus HRX-D and HRX-2D wall mounted MVHR units intelligently


match ventilation rates to the internal environment and occupants’ requirements, for maximum homeowner comfort.


vent.info@polypipe.com


Ortal The fire in your life


Circle 70


Constantly updated to lead in design and innovation, Ortal fireplaces add an unexpected architectural feature that bring wonder to any surrounding.


With a varied product line of over 80 models including island and curved fireplace, there is a fire to accentuate any design as well as a rich selection of special features including reflective interiors, dual line burners and protective mesh. Providing heating solutions that are both creative and effective, Ortal fireplaces can be installed where others cannot in a wide range of spectacular formats for use with natural gas or LPG. Ortal fireplaces are exclusively available through Robeys and selected retail outlets throughout the UK and Ireland.


Robeys Ltd, Riverside, Goods Road, Belper, Derbyshire, DE56 1UU. Tel: 01773 826085. info@robeys.co.uk www.robeys.co.uk


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