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HEATING & RENEWABLE ENERGY; INSULATION 41 New Wilo-Yonos PICO launched


Wilo has launched the new generation of the Wilo-Yonos PICO. A range of new features has been added to this renowned circulator for residential buildings. With this new version, Wilo has succeeded in not only upgrading one of the most established products in the


market, but also to an extent, it has been able to reinvent it thanks to new functionality and ease of use. As in the previous version, the outstanding Wilo ECM technology performance is combined with a precise setting of 0.1m. In addition, energy consumption can be monitored continuously on the LED display. For more information visit Wilo’s website.


01283 523000 www.wilo.co.uk H+H and SIG Offsite collaboration


In a unique collaboration, H+H UK Ltd and SIG Offsite have worked together to create the SIG I- House – an innovative housebuilding system incorporating Celcon Elements from H+H. The SIG I- House provides all the speed of offsite construction with the familiarity of a traditional build, from foundations to roof in just five days. The system can encompass the inner leaves of external cavity walls, floors, lintel, cavity closers, insulation and roof trusses. With the inclusion of soffit and fascia, the


system delivers the internal skin of a property, fully wrapped and ready for follow-on trades.


www.hhcelcon.co.uk


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