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74 HEATING, VENTILATION & SERVICES


Airing the principle of partnering


Ensuring design and aesthetics integrated effectively has enabled an office refurbishment to deliver a smart working environment for Axa Insurance. A fundamental element of the scheme’s success has been the partnership between the fit out team of consulting engineer Axiseng, HVAC engineer Keane Environmental, and air movement specialist Gilberts. More than 500 of Gilberts’ diffusers


have been utilised throughout the four floors of the project, to create modern, functional, open plan workspaces. Gilberts’ GSFE is designed to provide excellent horizontal airflow, and high air change compared to conventional diffusers, so was an ideal base from which to work.


01253 766911 info@gilbertsblackpool.com BoilerMag protects heating system


The Tea Room at Beamish Museum is the latest attraction to have its heating system protected with a BoilerMag XT industrial filter. G Roe Heating and Plumbing Services Ltd installed the BoilerMag, as well as three Ideal EvoMax 60kw LPG boilers, in the plant room of the museum’s Co-Operative buildings block. Managing Director of G Roe Heating and Plumbing Services Ltd, Greg Roe said:


“BoilerMag filters are competitively priced and give constant system protection. We’ve never experienced any issues with the BoilerMags we have installed; they are a cost effective and practical solution.”


0114 225 0624 www.boilermag.com


Panasonic introduces a new era of ECOi


Panasonic has announced its new Heat Pump Chiller series ECOi-W. This new offering provides a wide variety of reliable and powerful HVAC chiller solutions to meet the needs of hotels, commercial and industrial premises. Available in a range of sizes, offering heating and cooling


capacities from 20kW to 210kW and with outstanding energy- efficiency, the new ECOi-W Heat Pump Chiller Series has high SEER/SCOP values (average SEER of 3.85 and SCOP 3.32). With guaranteed quiet operation for comfort and a compact footprint, the series is designed and optimised for easy service and maintenance.


www.aircon.panasonic.eu Efficient water management with CONTI


Functional safety and ease of maintenance are a pre-requisite for large-scale facilities where systems must be kept running smoothly and germ-free. The introduction of the CNX water management system from CONTI+ to the UK brings a system scaleable to the most extensive facility with


working installations already controlling germ contamination across Europe. Up to 150 taps, showers or urinals can be wirelessly connected to one control box with settings such as hygienic flush and thermal disinfection controlled in the intuitive software. Discover more or request a CPD. Contact Paul Musgrove, CONTI+ UK Development Manager.


paul.musgrove@conti.plus conti.plus


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