s the majority of building services projects are still making reference to old, withdrawn, legacy pipework

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been installed for the very first time in the Wessex Rail Alliance’s Waterloo and Southwest upgrade project.


The Ellis No Bolts cleat, from Ellis, is an all polymeric stackable product that is the first ever cable cleat to be granted PADS approval by Network Rail. It has also been named Innovative Industrial Product of the Year at the Electrical Industry Awards; and Business Innovation of the Year at the York Press Business Awards. Tony Conroy, Ellis’ Sales Director, said: “The Ellis No Bolts cleat is a product we’re exceptionally proud of as it perfectly demonstrates our innovative approach to product development. It was initially developed to meet a specific customer requirement; tackles and addresses a significant installation and maintenance issue; was then developed into a full range; and is now being specified for major projects.” The Waterloo and Southwest upgrade project is an £800 million investment by Network Rail and the Department for Transport aimed at significantly increasing the capacity for trains and passengers. The Wessex Rail Alliance, which is overseeing the work, is a partnership comprising Network Rail, Aecom, Mott Macdonald and Skanska.

Ellis Innovation secures Waterloo train deal

able cleats designed and developed in response to a maintenance problem that was causing Network Rail health and safety issues, have

Adveco packaged plate heat exchanger systems

dveco is proud to announce the release of the new PPN and PPS Packaged Plate Heat Exchanger

systems for commercial hot water applications. Available in a standard range of models with heat transfer capacities from 100 to 600 kW, each system has been designed to provide an instantaneous (PPN) or semistorage (PPS) supply of hot water to a building using the local LTHW system. The PPN and PPS ranges feature a high

quality gasketed singlewall stainless steel heat exchanger, mounted on a steel skid base and packaged with a single or twin headed primary circulation pump, a modulating 4port valve and all controls, connecting pipework, and wiring. The Adveco PPS range is additionally supplied with a secondary shunt pump, and is designed to operate alongside an Adveco

hot water storage cylinder to provide an increased DHW capacity. With working

pressures and temperatures up to 10 bar and 99°C, the Adveco PPN and PPS systems are suitable for a wide range of applications. All models are WRAS approved for use with potable water. To find out more or to get in touch with

your local sales representative visit:

Grundfos Pump School enrolling now

covering topics that relate to a wide range of applications including fire, dosing and wastewater. This year we are pleased to introduce two new courses to the curriculum that are specifically aimed at people working with pump solutions in industrial and building services applications. Courses are held over one day and include the opportunity to get ‘hands on’ with various pump solutions. There are a range of dates available for the remainder of 2018 and a choice of venues. Courses are already proving to be very popular so early online booking is recommended. To view more details relating to the many


Coolair awarded new cyber security accreditation

systems provide the highest levels of protection against cyber threats after being awarded Cyber Essentials Plus certification. The company, which provides


cooling and heating services to the retail, residential, commercial, education and hotel sectors from offices in Manchester, the Midlands and Kent, achieved the Government accreditation with the support of its longstanding IT support partner, ACR IT Solutions. Tony Burrisson, Managing

Director of ACR, said: “Having the certificate clearly demonstrates to clients across its business sectors that Coolair takes safeguarding commercially sensitive data extremely seriously and that it manages its business processes in a secure environment.” ACR, based in Bury and a leading security specialist, worked with Coolair in ensuring that the controls in place for all data, documents and devices

uHelen Sharra, Finance Director for Coolair, and Tony Burrisson, Managing Director of ACR.

meet the more robust requirements of the higher PLUS certification. This involved vulnerability testing by a fully qualified independent assessor. Helen Sharratt, Coolair Finance

Director, said: “We are delighted to have become one of the first companies in our field to be awarded Cyber Essentials Plus certification, which highlights our ongoing commitment to ensuring the security of our information systems as well as providing excellent customer service.”

ir conditioning installation specialist Coolair Equipment Ltd has shown that its IT

he Grundfos Pump School has reopened its doors and is now offering a choice of 11 courses

mozzarella production, they turned to Grundfos for assistance, as within the production process, water needs to be separated out from the milk. This residual ‘cow water’ as it is colloquially known, includes the nitrogenous compound urea, that traditional treatment plants struggle to deal with and therefore it needed to be sent off site to be treated, which was an expensive process. Grundfos introduced them to their BioBooster – one of Grundfos’ next generation solutions. These standalone units clean wastewater in a biological process, that through its ultrafiltration membranes, eliminates bacteria at its source by removing organic and bacterial contamination. This treated water complies with strict discharge limits and achieves all


hen Arla wanted to increase their

necessary water reuse standards. In this instance the outcome has been that at this Arla site alone they can clean 450 m3 of water daily – that can be reused in a suitable process or despatched into a local water course – a true win/win situation. This winning combination was reinforced at the recent Global Water Summit that saw readers votes secure this Arla/Grundfos project the prestigious Industrial Water Project of the Year award. If this Grundfos BioBooster solution has given you food for thought as to how it could benefit your operation, email us at grundfos

Panasonic RAC gets smarter with WIFI kit and heat and cool app

property’s airconditioning from anywhere in the world and at any time. Supported with the Panasonic RAC WIFI kit (CZ TACG1) for internet control, the app allows you to operate air conditioning across multiple rooms and manage energy consumption – all from an Android or iOS smart device. Now available, the app offers energy saving options, an easytouse interface and weekly timer functions among other benefits. The Panasonic Heat & Cool App


options available, or to directly book a course(s) visit and click on the Training link and then on Pump School and you will be able to view the courses and directly book your preference. Lucion Civils is established to provide

has established a new division to provide specialist infrastructure services and remediation works. The newly created Lucion Civils will provide a range of groundworks, remediation and civil engineering services to the utilities, infrastructure and highways sectors.

O The new unit will operate

nationally, providing subcontract support on smaller civils contracts, providing a range of controlled excavation, surveying and ground investigation works. These will include all

groundwork requirements associated with cable laying, lamp column preparation, duct proofing, DCP testing, trial pits and exploratory investigations and CCTV drainage surveys. The company’s specialist

expertise will involve the capability to carry out asbestos surveys across the complete infrastructure network.

40 BUILDING SERVICES & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEER JUNE 2018 groundworks and site investigations support

ccupational health and safety risk management specialist Lucion Services

allows for a wide variety of indoor control functions, including on/off, mode operation and room temperature control. Users can also adjust the fan speed setting, airflow direction and select a quiet operation mode. The weekly timer option means that heating and cooling can be preset to automatically operate to suit the

he new Heat & Cool App from Panasonic offers complete control of your

seasonal needs of inhabitants, saving time and effort whilst also conserving energy when the property is unoccupied. Users can also monitor energy

usage and effectively manage power consumption to save costs and increase efficiency. The Heat & Cool App also provides remote management of ECONAVI™ energy saving sensors and Panasonic’s nanoe™ air purification system, further increasing the potential for energy savings. For more information on

Panasonic’s air conditioning and heating solutions, please visit:

STANLEY Security helps reduce anti social behaviour at residential blocks

Lucion Civils will be headed by

Ross Perratt, who said: “The asbestos and hazardous materials management services provided by Lucion Environmental means we already have a nationally recognised brand and a strong existing client base in the utilities and highways infrastructure sector. “The creation of a specialist civils and ground investigations unit will complement this work and represents a natural expansion of our group business, bringing new opportunities to broaden our service provision to existing and new clients.” More details at:

new CCTV and intercom systems at a number of residential blocks for property management company Griffin Grays. The result has been a reduction in antisocial behaviour and a more efficient way of working. Griffin Grays is a family led


estate and property management company based in Grays, Essex. The latest addition to its range of services, Griffin Block Management is a managing agent service specifically for residential blocks in the Thurrock area. To provide customers with a

professional, effective and value for money service, Griffin Grays was keen to investigate latest costeffective security options, including an alternate supplier to its intercom systems. Pam Honeywell, Property Manager for

Griffin Grays, explains: “The intercoms we had on most sites were installed with long term contracts that did not include any maintenance, so as well as paying for the rental of the intercom system we had to pay separately for repairs. This system had been the same since the buildings were built, so the blocks were effectively paying a large fee for a very old system.” For more information on

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TANLEY Security, one of the UK’s leading security providers, has installed

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