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AIR CONDITIONING & VENTILATION 21 PRODUCT FOCUS Solarcrest


An industrial accident at a factory in Germany that manufactures a key ingredi- ent has raised costs considerably. This has led to some suppliers doubling their prices for the materials. Eliot Warrington, Managing Director of Solarcrest said: “It’s been something of a boost for us! We offer a breathable spray foam alternative, manufac- tured in Canada”. Solarcrest offer a number of spray foam insulation products to suit different applications. While it is new to the UK, spray foam has been industry standard in the USA and Canada due to its ability to cope with more extreme temperatures.


www.solarcrest.co.uk Burnham


The Biodigester ‘T’ range from Burnham Environmental Services caters for 6-42 people and larger Biodigesters are available for up to 2,000 people.


All Biodigesters are suitable for variable loading. The ‘T’ range Biodigester has been tested to EN12566 Pt 3 and has a CE Mark.


Owners are impressed by the limited maintenance required, infrequent emptying intervals and the ‘Odour Free’ totally aerobic process.


www.biodigester.com Vectaire’s WHHRs via an LCD screen


Vectaire’sWHHRs can now be commissioned via an LCD screen. The upright units – the Midis and the Maxis – offer the option of an integral LCD or a remote LCD commissioning unit, whilst the in-line EVO250 and Mini can be commissioned using a remote unit. The commissioning engineer is easily able to adjust unit functions including trickle, purge


and boost speeds for each motor, the length of boost speed over-run time, the time delay before the boost speed kicks in, holiday mode, night-time boost inhibitor times etc. The user can see the speed at which the fan is operating, the relative humidity, and when the filters need replacing.


01494 522333 www.vectaire.co.uk Vortice launches new website


Vortice has launched its new website for the UK market. The site is mobile-friendly and in keeping with the group’s corporate websites around the world. Customers can order online, view technical details for each product and compare different products by specification. Finance and Marketing Manager Hayley Powell said: “We hope our customers find our new UK website easy to access, navigate and to purchase from. It contains a mine of information about all of our products as well as details about our CPD programme


and BPEC installers training course.” The new website includes details of distributors around the UK as well as downloadable product catalogues.


01283 492949 www.vortice.ltd.uk WWW.HBDONLINE.CO.UK Loft Leg


To ensure downlights are installed safely in a loft fit Loft Lids. The Loft Lid prevents over heating by creating a protective cover over downlights, ensuring there is sufficient air volume around the light to dissipate heat. The Loft Lid also eliminates heat loss and air leakage into the loft space and allows for a continuous layer of insulation to be laid over the top of the lid to comply with current building regulations. It also creates an effective dust seal and is extremely easy to install. Better still, it is designed and manufactured in the UK and certified by the UK Lighting Association.


www.loftleg.com/loftlid


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