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42 FINANCE & INSURANCE; HEATING, VENTILATION & SERVICES Housebuilder & Developer website


The Housebuilder & Developer (HBD) website is an online provider of past and present products and news items for the housebuilder and developer. hbdonline.co.uk is a one-stop source for all the latest press releases providing any visitor with access to information about products and services that they may require. From the website, you can find links to digital issues that have live


links to advertisers’ sites, as well as daily email alerts to keep you as informed as possible.


www.hbdonline.co.uk Replace pumps for energy efficiency gains


Wilo offers the new generation of the Wilo-Yonos PICO series small circulators to the UK market. A range of new features has been added to this popular circulator primarily for residential homes and properties, for heating systems and air condi- tioning equipment. The compactness of Wilo-Yonos PICO has been dramatically improved to make it easy to install. Front access to motor screws and the Wilo


connector position, contribute to the adaptability of the pump in any installation. Importantly, new ease of use functions make maintenance far easier for the installer. Manual restart is a response to a specific request from the market, as is the new constant speed mode.


01283 523000 www.wilo.co.uk In-line filter for improved indoor air quality


Domus Ventilation, part of the Polypipe group, has launched its first ever in-line carbon filter range – NOX-FILT – designed to improve indoor air quality by preventing harmful airborne contaminants, including up to 99.5 per cent of nitrogen dioxide (NO²) pollution, from entering


a home. Designed to work on the supply leg of the ducting system of a mechanical ventilation system, NOX-FILT works seamlessly with the system to deliver fresh, filtered air into the main living areas of homes. A low profile means it readily fits into restricted spaces. Domus Ventilation has a well-deserved reputation for quality, supported by excellent technical support, from a market leading manufacturer and designer.


vent.info@domusventilation.co.uk The Grundfos UPS3 changing the game


Since the launch of the UPS3 15-50/60, it has gained a significant following of supporters and those numbers are continuing to grow. One very important attribute is the reliability this pump can demonstrate, as it maintains a consistently high performance through- out the season. Improved energy efficiency is another


key talent, that combined with an easier to wire plug and on-board diagnos- tics, that really makes this pump stand out from standard offerings. Peace of mind is guaranteed as this pump was built on a platform that was proven in millions of boilers, prior to its launch. We all want to support the winning team and with so many great signings, joining forces with the Grundfos domestic circulator team, will ensure that you’ll be in a league of your own.


01525 850000 www.grundfos.co.uk/newteam


Huw understands


Huw Jenkins and his colleagues are experienced, adaptable, approachable and dependable funding partners who will look for reasons to say 'Yes' to your projects. That's why in uncertain times our book stays open.


• House builders, developers & private clients • Coverage - England & Wales • Loans from £0.75m to £30m


Huw Jenkins Senior Manager, Property Development T: 07825 220 036 E: hjenkins@utbank.co.uk


we understand specialist banking WWW.HBDONLINE.CO.UK


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