SPONSORS WHAT’S NEW The advantages of IoT monitoring technology are fully detailed on

the many practical advantages that are delivered by this innovative use of technology. The company’s latest product introduction, LinkThru TMU, sees the Cistermiser brand enter new market sectors with practical and compelling solutions for NHS Estates, University Engineering and Facilities Management professionals. is designed to provide a full


briefing on the benefits of installing LinkThru TMU (Temperature Monitoring Unit) hardware at selected sentinel points across a building’s

istermiser’s new website dedicated to IoT water temperature and flow monitoring provides full details on

water system, to capture and access 24/7 remote monitoring data on water temperatures and flow events via a secure cloudbased portal. “LinkThru TMU helps to ensure Building

Owner compliance with HSG274 and reduce risk of Legionella,” says Cistermiser’s Marketing Manager, Mark Schlotel. “We’ve structured our new website to clarify legal requirements and then explain in detail how and why remote monitoring delivers factual insights to inform and empower Facilities Managers and really put them in control of their commercial building water systems. provides the digital home for this exciting technology

Distech Controls launches Bluetooth enabled ecosystem The new ECLYPSE Sky Ecosystem takes technology to the next level to the benefit of the building and its occupants

ECLYPSE Sky Ecosystem, a new technology solution for improving occupant comfort in offices and hospitality spaces as well as healthcare and educational buildings. By utilising Bluetooth communication technology, this new platform allows occupants to easily interact with their space via technology they are familiar with, for instance a mobile device or app. “In recognising the reality that the


average person spends more than 90% of their life indoors in buildings of all types, whether hospitals, schools or office spaces , we must shift our focus to optimizing the indoor environment,” said Charles Pelletier, Director of Product Management at Distech

HVAC/R measurements. The highly accurate EM54 is ideal for inspecting ducting, electrical motors, thermal equipment, and other system components in residential, commercial, and industrial facilities. This highquality, easy tooperate meter can help users quickly and accurately identify symptoms of clogged filters, duct leaks that reduce airflow, and overloaded HVAC systems. Equipped with an external vane anemometer for widerange, high resolution air velocity measurements, the FLIR EM54 Environmental Meter lets users check air speed at duct inlets and outlets quickly and precisely. This allows for simplified duct airflow calculation and efficient troubleshooting.


LIR Systems announces the new multipurpose EM54 Environmental Meter for

istech Controls, an innovation leader connecting people with intelligent building solutions, today launched

Controls. “We all have different, often subtle, preferences for temperature and light levels. Our new solution allows occupants in building spaces to have greater control over their environment, which is easily managed though the my PERSONIFY app on their mobile device.”

The full solution includes the recently launched products, the Allure UNITOUCHTM touchscreen sensor, my PERSONIFY app and ECMultiSensorBLE. To learn more, please visit:


One FLIR tool provides all the environmental measurements you need The EM54 Environmental

Meter’s builtin hygrometer identifies deviations from ambient relative humidity levels, which can cause static hazards at manufacturing sites and discomfort in homes and offices. The included TypeK contact temperature probe is useful for checking electric

motors and thermal equipment components for proper operating temperatures. The EM54 also calculates wet bulb and dew point temperature. The EM54 Environmental Meter features

an easytoread, multifunction display, a MINMAXAVG recording function, and a programmable Auto Power Off timer. Rugged and reliable, the multipurpose diagnostic tool comes with a threeyear limited warranty. Learn more at:

contamination. For effective monitoring a reliable thermometer kit is essential. Legionella, like many bacteria, thrive at certain


water temperatures and therefore, a wide range of workplaces are at risk where artificial water systems exist. A reliable monitoring process should be in place anywhere where water is stored and circulated around a building for example; local authorities, large businesses, schools and universities, hospitals and nursing/care homes, housing associations, landlords and hoteliers.

f you are an employer or person in control of premises, you have a legal responsibility to identify and manage any risk of Legionella

ETI’s Legionnaires’ Temperature Monitoring Kit has been specifically designed to monitor the temperature of both standing water and the surface temperature of pipes and tanks that form part of the water system. Each kit contains a Therma 1 thermometer, three probes  penetration, surface and a PTFE wire, a tub of ProbeWipes and a water resistant countdown timer, all housed in a robust ABS carrying case. The Legionnaires’ Temperature Monitoring Kit is

available priced at £137.50 plus VAT direct from:

Grundfos MAGNA1 now with inbuilt versatility

as the range offering is constantly revisited. This is to ensure that it continues to fully encompass the increasing demands that are required from a modern circulator. Today, this has led to an improved range of single and twinhead MAGNA1 circulator options, that have been specifically designed for circulating liquids in a wide range of light commercial and commercial applications. The MAGNA1s increasing versatility now makes them suitable for use in heating systems; air conditioning and cooling systems; domestic water

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ith stacks of experience under its belt, the Grundfos MAGNA family has been on an evolutionary journey since its 2001 launch

systems; groundsource heat pump systems as well as solar heating systems. Additionally, these MAGNA1 models also offer

the perfect solution not just in new but also in refurbishment situations, particularly where you need to either replace an older Grundfos UPS product or one of the smaller models from the original MAGNA family. Plus, these latest generation MAGNA1 pumps deliver another benefit as they also provide for some basic communication options. Find out more about the latest MAGNA1 range as

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with videos, guides, downloads and everything you need to know stored in one place.”

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Hidden extra’s in new ModuSat XR HIU’s  giving you more for less!

ith over 15 years of HIU supply under their belts, Evinox

Schwank wins

third year running. The prize is awarded by the Dusseldorf based business news magazine WirtschaftsWoche in association with the University of St Gallen in Switzerland. One of 62 German companies from a range of


sectors receiving the 2019 award, Schwank is well known for innovation and engineering expertise, demonstrated by its recently launched deltaSchwank gasfired infrared tube heater. Benefits of deltaSchwank include:

Market Leader Award

chwank, a leading international supplier of HVAC solutions, has won the title of World Market Leader and Future Champion for the

has unveiled their latest range of ModuSat® XR ‘Smart’ Heat Interface Units, which provide M&E Contractors and Consulting Engineers with a “whole lot more” for a “whole lot less” due to the myriad of hidden extras. Smaller, more compact dimensions; the ability to deliver high performance at low primary flow temperatures; TCP/IP communications connectivity; and new, lower output models to allow costeffective compliance with the latest industry design standards are but a few of the ways Evinox ModuSat XR models offer more features, value and performance  but with less space requirements, lower heat network operating conditions, and less time on site to install, commission, support and maintain  than ever before.

uSeasonal efficiency ratings across six deltaSchwank models ranging from 97.4% to 99%, exceeding the Energyrelated Products (ErP) Directive minimum compliance level of 74% and its benchmark level of 88%. u20% reduction in CO2 and 50% reduction in NOx emissions compared with other tube heater products on the market, meeting the BREAM environmental goals on CO2 and NOx emissions reduction Steve Sherman, Managing Director of Schwank UK,

commented: “Our three year run of World Market Leader Awards recognises Schwank’s continuing progress in providing the most advanced heating and cooling systems for industry and commerce. “The deltaSchwank radiant tube heater is

extremely energy efficient and offers major cost and environmental benefits to the end user.” Contact: Managing Legionella  prevention and protection

Less space Building on Evinox’s BESAtested range of Smart Heat Interface Units, the latest ModuSat XR and XRECO Twin Plate HIU’s have been enhanced to provide the same great performance but in a package requiring 27% less space in the home than before*1. Units are extra compact, ideal for tight installation constraints and help to minimise the size of prefabricated cupboards. The new units have been “designed by engineers for engineers”, with a real focus on providing flexible pipework connection options, easy access to key components and simple installation and maintenance.

Lower outputs The range has also been extended to include smaller ModuSat XR & XRECO TP 30 units. These are perfectly placed to meet the recommendations in the soon to be released CIBSE ADE Code of Practice v1.2, which states that designers should specify a maximum of 25kW output for Studio apartments and 3035kW for 1 & 2 bed properties. This recommendation has been included to avoid the oversizing of Domestic Hot Water, which can lead to increased costs and network inefficiency, so the new ModuSat range is perfectly placed to satisfy these new industry requirements.

Low Carbon Heat Networks With the latest GLA planning guidance around carbon factors already causing a stir amongst consulting engineers and specifiers, there is already a clear incentive for heat networks to be designed around different heat generation technologies, such as heat pumps, which in turn require lower primary flow temperatures. The high efficiency ModuSat XRECO models continue to provide impressive heating and domestic hot water performance at primary flow temperatures of 60°C (or even lower), making them the ideal choice where heat pumps are deployed. For example, at a primary flow temperature of just 60°C, the popular ModuSat XRECO TP 5510 model can produce 34kW of instantaneous hot water at 55°C equating to a flow rate of around 11l/s; and higher thermal outputs and flow rates still where the hot water set point is dropped to 50°C.

Smart, Lower Cost Communication Network Connection Ethernet connectivity comes as a standard feature on all ModuSat units, allowing twoway

communications for diagnostics, commissioning and support – as well as metering data – to be accessed across shared building infrastructure. This allows the significant cost associated with dedicated MBus networks to designed out, by sharing a common, robust and reliable communication network with other services, such as CCTV, access control/door entry, and lifts. And as part of this updated

communications strategy, Evinox is also providing open protocol access to metering data through a new, customer configurable webaccess to the SmartTalk® data logger, meaning the building operator can future proof the system and will never be tied to a single vendor for resident billing services. Lower Defects Liability and

Aftercare Support Costs with ‘SmartTalk® Pro’ And if all that wasn’t enough, yet another hidden extra giving Contractors opportunity to reduce costs and risks associated with their heat network installations is Evinox’s new ‘SmartTalk® Pro’ monitoring and diagnostics web portal, which now comes bundled with every ModuSat installation. Providing Contractors with

remote access to each HIU on the site, any reported problems can be quickly and easily diagnosed – and often remedied – online, without the need for an engineer to attend site; saving time, increasing the firsttimefix rate and reducing defects liability costs related to the heat network. As well as providing access to

HIU operational parameters and settings, support engineers can even take control of the residents heating system, to update controller settings and overcome any reported resident issues without an engineer ever having to get in a van!

An Established Heat Interface Unit Range

The enhancements to Evinox’s ModuSat® XR and XRECO units contribute to the excellent features and benefits of the existing range, with quality, high efficiency and reliability at the core. This includes testing of every unit  hydraulically, electrically and electronically before leaving the factory. The ModuSat XRECO Twin Plate Unit is also independently tested to the UK Standard for HIUs from BESA, backingup performance and efficiency claims; units come complete with smart room controls with optional energy display upgrade; feature inbuilt prepay technology and they can be commissioned and maintained remotely over the internet – a combination resulting in a truly Smart HIU range. Don’t just take Evinox’s word for

it  units are currently in operation in hundreds of developments across the UK, including landmark projects such as Battersea Power Station, London City Island, and Wood Wharf at Canary Wharf. Find out more about Evinox’s

ModuSat® XR Twin Plate Heat Interface Unit range by contacting Evinox at for further information or visiting: BUILDING SERVICES & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEER MAY 2019 39

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