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28 APPOINTMENTS & NEWS; BUILDING PRODUCTS


Evinox team of CIBSE Certified Heat Network Consultants expands


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vinox has added to its CIBSE certified Technical and Design team, with Design Engineer Arturs Kokins becoming the


latest to successfully complete the CIBSE Heat Networks Code of Practice course, passing his final exam with flying colours. The CIBSE Heat Network qualification


is recognised across the industry and covers a broad spectrum of considerations for communal and district heating systems, demonstrating the depth of knowledge Evinox can offer to their customers in the design of heat network systems. Arturs originally joined Evinox in early 2017 as a Graduate Engineer, with an MEng (Hons) Mechanical Engineering degree, and has since developed his skills and gained valuable experience working on a number of key projects. These include managing bespoke testing with BSRIA (Building Services Research and Information Association) for a large development in London where Evinox is supplying heating and cooling units. He was also involved in Evinox successfully completing testing under the new BESA (British Engineering Services Association) UK Standard for Heat Interface Units, for which the Evinox ModuSat


(XR) HIU achieved excellent results and is currently one of only five manufactures to have officially published its results on the BESA website, something the company is very proud of. "Arturs is a perfect example of what can be


achieved by investing in people and promoting their growth within a business," comments Helen Gibbons, Evinox Technical and Design Manager. "He is a highly valued member of the team at Evinox, and we are delighted to employ a Design Engineer of Arturs calibre." Evinox offers developers, consultants and specifiers a broad range of design support services for district and communal heating projects, including HIU sizing and selection; hydraulic system guidance and advice; and complete plant room system and distribution pipework design, where required. Please call Evinox or complete the contact


form on our website to find out more about our Design Services or BESA tested Heat Interface Unit range.


01372 722277 www.evinoxenergy.co.uk www.evinoxresidential.co.uk


Visqueen builds trade relationships


Visqueen, a market leader in the manufac- ture and supply of structural waterproofing and gas protection systems has developed an initiative to develop a more prosperous and structured working relationship with the trade. The new Visqueen Specialist Centres enable builder’s merchants to become recognised specialists in Visqueen’s


product solutions across four key areas – masonry, structural waterproof- ing, gas and damp protection. Merchants will be recognised as an official Specialist Centre in partnership with Visqueen and will gain access to its products at the best available market rates.


www.visqueen.com Housing development balances airtightness


A brand new housing development in County Cork Ireland is to maximise airtightness and energy efficiency of the homes whilst ensuring the protection of the building fabric with the introduc- tion of a high performance variable-permeability vapour control layer from the A. Proctor Group. Procheck Adapt has been specifically designed to protect the building fabric from the potential risks


of condensation, whilst serving as a highly effective airtight barrier. Thanks to its unique design the membrane offers variable permeability which adapts to changes in humidity levels and allows the structure to dry out in the summer and while protecting it from moisture overload in the winter.


www.proctorgroup.com WWW.HBDONLINE.CO.UK


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