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82 INSULATION; HEATING, VENTILATION & SERVICES


Evinox Energy Supply Canary Wharf’s Wood Wharf


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new urban district is being created in London's Canary Wharf, which when complete will feature up to 3,600 new


homes, a GP’s surgery, a two form primary school for 420 children, 490,000sq ft of retail space and eight acres of public spaces squares and parks. The development, called Wood Wharf, has been designed to provide a new residential led, mixed use, waterside community and is expected to be completed by 2023. Working with the developer, Canary Wharf


Group (CWG), in combination with SES Engineering Services, Emico and Haydon Mechanical & Electrical contractors, Evinox Energy supplied heating and cooling interface units for 1330 apartments for the first phases of this development, with more to follow for the remaining phases. Homes are all connected to a district


heating network, with each apartment featuring a ModuSat XR-ECO Twin Plate heat interface unit for the supply of heating


and hot water and a ModuSat Single Plate interface unit to provide cooling. Interface units were tested by BSRIA


as a requirement of this project, something Evinox were happy to undertake, confident their first-class product manufacturing and performance would exceed the required results. In addition to the efficient performance of


the ModuSat units, Evinox equipment was also chosen due to the flexibility of manufacturing and short delivery timescales. “On-time” delivery schedules were critical for this project, as some of the equipment was being built into prefabricated pods by a third party prior to delivery to site. Their range of heat interface units are designed and developed internally by technical engineers to UK standards, and built in Evinox’s own production facility in Brasov Romania by partner Romradiatoare, using lean manufacturing principles. Working closely with component suppliers enables


them to deliver bespoke units, built to project specific requirements, in a timely manner. One of the key components used in every ModuSat HIU, is the high efficiency plate heat exchanger from SWEP, who are a world-leading supplier of brazed plate heat exchangers for HVAC and industrial applications. Evinox’s ModuSat XR-ECO HIU delivers impressive, ultra-low DHW return temperatures to the primary network by incorporating SWEP high efficiency domestic hot water plate heat exchangers with volumetrics that encourage turbulent flow. This contributes to excellent annual Volume Weighted Return Temperatures and system operating efficiency.


www.evinoxenergy.co.uk 01372 722277 New videos from Keraflo detail the advantages of Tanktronic SCV


Two videos are now available online which highlight the advantages of Keraflo’s innovative Tanktronic Servo Ceramic Valve (SCV). The first video details sequential installation, with step-by-step captions to guide Building Services Engineers and professional installers when fitting an SCV inside a cold water storage tank as an integral part of a Tanktronic electronic tank management system. The second video features Cistermiser and Keraflo Technical Sales Manager Tim Harris, who presents the key features and benefits of the SCV to deliver a concise overview of the product. Connected to a Tanktronic Control Unit and incorporating Keraflo’s proven brass bodied valve with ceramic disc sealing parts, the SCV features a high torque electric motor which efficiently opens and closes the filling valve as required. Quiet in operation with low power consumption, the SCV runs a self-cleaning maintenance routine and diagnostic functions include a data log of usage and cleaning cycles. Straightforward to install and commission, the SCV is designed to efficiently match tank capacity to demand, with adjustable filling level parameters based on the size of the tank and water consumption needs.


0118 921 9920 www.ourworldiswater.co.uk Kingspan reimagines XPS


Kingspan Insulation has introduced the latest advance in XPS insulation, Kingspan GreenGuard, an all new range of boards with excellent compressive strength. Kingspan GreenGuard replaces the popular Styrozone range and is available in three grades to suit differing requirements. Kingspan GreenGuard was developed to handle some of the most challenging


applications including the floors of aircraft hangars and industrial units. The line’s advanced design includes a 100 per cent recycled waste stream, minimising the environmental impact of the boards.


01544 387 384 www.kingspaninsulation.co.uk Spacetherm® WL helps house improve


The heat efficiency of a Victorian mid terraced house in south-east London has been dramatically improved thanks in part to the introduction of A Proctor Group’s Spacetherm®


WL insulation. The challenge of


dealing with heating inefficiencies, major heat loss and high heating costs are a


common problem with many Victorian buildings and solid wall dwellings. Spacetherm WL (Wall Liner) is a high-performance laminate specifically designed to be fixed to the internal surfaces of existing solid walls without the need for mechanical fixings.


01250 872261 www.proctorgroup.com


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