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HEALTH & SAFETY LEGIONELLA TESTING


Your specialist for equipment to measure, control & log:


l Energy consumption: volts, amps, kilowatt hours, power factor etc l CO2, temperature, humidity


l Event, flow, motor on/off, runtime, state & much more!


Trusted since 1980 Talk to us for helpful advice & bulk discounts


+44 (0)1243 558270 info@tempcon.co.uk www.tempcon.co.uk


ASBESTOS MANAGEMENT


BLS Asbestos 01484 40 558 www.blsasbestos.co.uk


BUILDING SAFETY


Your specialist for equipment to measure, control & log:


l Energy consumption: volts, amps, kilowatt hours, power factor etc l CO2, temperature, humidity


l Event, flow, motor on/off, runtime, state & much more!


Trusted since 1980 Talk to us for helpful advice & bulk discounts


+44 (0)1243 558270 info@tempcon.co.uk www.tempcon.co.uk


TRAINING


BISPA PO Box 101, Weldon Road Corby, Northants NN17 5UA (0)15 3640 2121


293 Sopwith Crescent, Merley Wimborne, Dorset BH21 1XQ


enquiries@fridgenius.co.uk www.fridgenius.co.uk


Fridgenius Ltd was started in 1995 by Managing Director David Slydel, based in Wimborne, Dorset, UK. The company is a family business run by his son Chris Slydel. We supply National and International distributors with Solenoid Valve Operating Magnets suitable for use in Refrigeration, Air-conditioning, Water, Oil and Gas installations.


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