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BUILDING FABRIC & EXTERIORS Fan-assisted radiator from Mitsubishi Electric


Mitsubishi Electric has launched a new fan-assisted radiator that works superbly with either traditional or renewable heating systems and delivers a faster heat up time and lower running costs than the equivalent output double panel, double convector radiator. The i-LIFE 2Slim is available in 1kW and 2kW models and offers a high heat output from 50 per cent less wall space (based on 45ºC flow). Paired with a renewable heating system such as an Ecodan heat pump, and choosing lower


design temperatures, the i-LIFE 2Slim can also potentially increases the payments homeowners can receive from the Renewable Heat Incentive. For further information on the i-LIFE 2Slim, visit the website or call.


01707 278666 library.mitsubishielectric.co.uk Is your building ready for winter?


As part of its commitment to winter safety and the provision of simply installed, energy efficient heat tracing products, Raychem has launched five videos to guide users through a number of common winter issues that can be easily overcome by using the correct Raychem products. Raychem offers a comprehensive range of energy-efficient trace heating systems, designed for exposed pipes, gutters and downpipes and access area surfaces. Installing heat- tracing systems for protection against


snap-weather conditions is a sound long-term investment. The videos are complemented by a winter safety blog which highlights winter problems and suggests the ideal solutions.


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Prepare your home for Winter


Winter conditions adversely affect many homes, causing water pipes to expand and rupture in properties and ultimately causing irrevocable damage, as well as triggering what has been reported as the most common type of homeowner insurance claim during the winter period. This widespread household winter insurance claim could be avoided through some basic preparation tips. Traditionally brass stopcocks have been the control valve for a home’s mains water supply, however they are not always located in the easiest of places to reach and due to being susceptible to limescale damage. There is however now a modern alternative to brass stopcocks, Polypipe Surestop stopcock. Fitted in easy to reach places, the Surestop stopcock features a lockdown button, that can be simply and easily pressed to instantly stop the water supply. There are no electrics or batteries involved, it works purely on the water pressure and it will not seize up or be affected by limescale – unlike brass. The Surestop stopcock is also available with a version that includes a discreet, remote lockdown switch, that could be fitted in a kitchen cupboard or surface area, for even easier access and visibility. For more information contact Polypipe Surestop by calling.


08456 431800 www.polypipe.com/surestop january/february 2018


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