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MONITOR Tracking and management technology specialist, Wavetrend, are to bring an IoT Water Temperature Monitor to the market, which uses connected technology to offer those in charge of premises an affordable and time efficient solution.

The Water Temperature Monitor is extremely flexible, supporting up to three temperature sensors which actively monitor any combination of hot, cold and blended outflow temperature in real–time, thus mitigating the risk of legionella bacterium, together

with providing alerts on scalding and freezing conditions. In addition, the device’s ability to continuously monitor temperature makes it a valuable tool for those involved in BeMS applications (HVAC or boiler monitoring).

Installation of Wavetrend’s device is straightforward – temperature sensors are simply clipped directly on to the pipework. Regular alerts and daily reports are sent via the Sigfox low power wide area network to the cloud, providing data to ensure that timely action can be taken if and when required. With a battery life of over five years, the device saves organisations both time and money by eliminating the requirement for the

Only just to market, the device is already being successfully trialed by a sizeable housing association in the south of England. Wavetrend are looking to partner with water management or treatment specialists. BeMS, and facilities management solutions companies to enable this technology innovation to be widely available for the benefit of managers in control of the health and safety of water within their estates/premises.

Wavetrend have been in the business of developing and supplying technology for tracking and managing high value assets and people for many years. Their new range of Internet of Things devices aimed predominantly at the precious resource – water, also include a Water Pressure device for detecting leaks and a Water Pulse device for monitoring and reporting flow in commercial water metering applications.

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FOR CLEANING AWARD TC Facilities Management (TCFM) has reached the finalist stages of the Corporate Social Responsibility category in the Cleaning and Support Services Association (CSSA) awards 2019. This is for their work with the British Heart Foundation; the charity that conducts research on heart and circulatory diseases and their causes.

The winners will be announced next month at an invitation only lunch event, taking place during the Cleaning Show on Wednesday 20th March 2019, in London.

The CSSA awards recognise and reward excellence and effectiveness across many sectors of the UK Contract Cleaning Industry. The awards have been developed to acknowledge everything that shines within the UK cleaning


This has taken them just over four months, since the National Charity agreement started in September.

sector including products, systems, contractors and individuals.

TCFM’s approach to working with the British Heart Foundation has not only helped them raise funds for their life-saving research through providing specialist cleaning services in their Furniture and Electrical stores across the country, it has seen the many thousands of colleagues at TCFM only a hair- breath away from achieving their annual fundraising challenge of £5K.

Millie Coulter, Regional Fundraising Manager for BHF, said: “Being shortlisted for the CSSA awards is a fantastic achievement for TC Facilities Management and recognises how much they care about helping us achieve our aim of beating heartbreak forever. The results they have provided with their professional cleaning services has made a significant difference. Now, having gone one step further in creating a national charity partnership with us and seeing the speed with which the team have worked together to achieve their £5K challenge has made us feel even more excited about the future of working with TCFM.”

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