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Heating & renewable energy New ESi heating controls brochure


Heating controls manufacturer and distributor ESi has released its brand new heating controls range brochure introducing its new five series range designed to be fully interchangeable by the home owner. The latest ESRTP5 range is packed with energy saving features designed to save the homeowner money by lowering their fuel bills. It includes the ESRTP5RF 5 series Wifi programmable room thermostat which provides seamless control at home or from your mobile or tablet. ESi Controls is one of the fastest growing designers and manufacturers of heating controls in the UK.


01280 816868 www.esicontrols.co.uk A hot and efficient open gas fire


The best just got better! The much-loved Paragon One gas fire has been a firm favourite for over a decade now. The team at Charlton & Jenrick have recently been working on a round of updates for the fire and are pleased to announce the launch of the new improved, hotter and more efficient Paragon One Evolution Natural Gas fire. The Evolution offers a toe warming 4.4kW output from its advanced technology firebox at a substantial net efficiency of 63 per cent. The fire is being launched in Manual, Slide and Remote for full versatility and is designed to work with the majority of trims, fascia’s and frets in the Charlton & Jenrick range.


www.charltonandjenrick.co.uk Polypipe ventilation evolves into Domus


Polypipe Ventilation, manufacturer of energy-saving domestic ventilation systems, has been reborn as Domus Ventilation. The first stage in the creation of Domus Ventilation has included a move of all staff and manufacturing to modern premises in South Wales. A key part of the launch of Domus Ventilation has been a new logo and corporate identity. This branding has already been used across a new product catalogue and will be shortly applied to a new website. Domus Ventilation will provide differentiated ventilation solutions in the private and social housing sectors, transforming the way developers and contractors meet emerging environmental standards.


vent.info@domusventilation.co.uk RAUTHERMEX Plus chosen


REHAU’s RAUTHERMEX Plus pipework has been chosen for a district heating installation in Glasgow, which aims to provide more than 350 homes with affordable, low carbon heating. The heat pump would be supported by energy generated by solar panels and gas would be used as a back-up energy source if and when required. After speaking to REHAU about its district heating offer, WSP/Parsons Brinckerhoff decided to specify more than 1km of RAUTHERMEX Plus to be used on the Hillpark Drive project. The pipework chosen to be installed was a mixture of UNO and DUO RAUTHERMEX Plus pipes.


01989 762600 www.rehau.uk Simple to replace – choose Stelrad


Stelrad provides the widest range of radiators in the UK and offers the easiest route to replacement radiators on existing heating systems or to additional radiators if a system is being extended.


Installation instructions are the same on virtually all Stelrad radiators and are available in the widest range of sizes and styles.


Shropshire rural renewable programme knows no boundaries


A rural new build development straddling England and Wales is the fourth project by Shropshire Rural Housing Association (SRHA) to feature ground source heat pumps, delivering on its commitment to provide affordable warmth to its 300-strong housing stock. The high specification development of new family homes in Llanymynech is built in the carpark of the former Lion Hotel, which famously was divided through the building by the national border, resulting in a front bar in Wales and back bar in England. Consisting of two, three and four bedroom detached and semi-detached family homes, let at rates to meet local needs, each house at Llanymynech has its own British manufactured Kensa Shoebox ground source heat pump installed in under stairs cupboards. Each heat pump is connected to a single district ground array in the centre of the development which consists of four boreholes drilled to depths of 122 meters. The district nature of the ground array means the scheme qualifies for 20 years of income via the Non-Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive, forecast to return £63k against the investment of £56k, whilst saving residents 15-20 per cent compared to oil or LPG alternatives.


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To see the range of options head for the Stelrad website – for panel and premium panel radiators, designer and decorative radiators and special application options.


0844 543 6200 www.stelrad.com Care Home keeps warm with new system


Sheffield based plumbing and heating firm Pro Plumbers 24-7 has installed a new heating system in a care home in Rotherham, including a BoilerMag XT industrial boiler filter. The filter has achieved outstanding results for the care home. The BoilerMag XT is ideal for large heating systems, providing heating system protection by preventing the build-up of ferrous oxide and scale, reducing energy bills, increasing boiler life, and reducing maintenance call outs. The XT also includes an automatic air vent, which greatly reduces the potentially damaging effects of air accumulating in a heating system. With the range available from 2” to 12”, the XT unit has a large collection capacity.


www.eclipsemagnetics.com


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