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Panasonic Heating & Cooling has expanded its Aquarea air to water heat pump range with the introduction of the T-CAP Mono-bloc J Generation system with environmentally friendly R32 refrigerant . Available in capacities from 9-16kW, and providing heating, cooling and domestic hot water, options are available for a range of property sizes and heating requirements. As a mono-bloc system with a single unit outdoors, the T-CAP Mono-bloc R32 is suited to projects where indoor space is limited. R32 is sealed into the outdoor unit so no refrigerant connections are required indoors.

Thanks to the unit’s dual-piped heat exchanger technology, the T-CAP can maintain heating capacity even in low outdoor temperatures down to -20ºC providing users with savings in purchase price and running costs. The T-CAP is a single system to heat and cool the home and produce hot water. It is easily be retrofitted and boasts high energy efficiency. A magnet filter allows easy maintenance and it can be remotely controlled through the Aquarea Smart Cloud.


BAPI’s Blü-Test is a suite of handheld testing probes that interface via Bluetooth LE to the user’s enabled Android or iOS smart device.

The all-in-one test instrument delivers accurate calibrated test measurements; on-board data logging and wireless communication. Each Blü-Test probe takes readings and stores the data in its internal memory. You can then download the data to your smart device. All measurements are also shown on the handheld probes local OLED display for convenience. These are wireless test instruments for temperature, RH and differential pressure with traceable certificates of calibration. Each probe comes with NIST traceable certificate of calibration. • It is imperative to have safe, fast and accurate leak detection solutions ensuring your assets are protected at all times. BAPI has three models of water leak sensor: rope model; remote probe model and remote spot model.

All models, designed as plug-and-play devices, can communicate with the BMS within seconds.


Vectios Power is a new generation of rooftop AC packaged units, designed to offer high levels of IAQ and full efficiency as well as reduce the total cost of ownership during its lifetime. The range covers capacities from 100 to 310kW with airflow up to 54,000m3/h. The Vectios Power units exceed Ecodesign 2021 requirements by up to 38% and have a SEER of up to 4.88 (up to 50% energy savings compared to the previous range in cooling mode) and SCOP of up to 3.44 (around 15% energy saving versus the previous range in heating mode). The unit features a free-cooling option for additional energy savings of up to 30%, energy recovery from extraction air options through an additional refrigeration circuit or rotary wheel, low pressure filters, on- demand ventilation and other energy recovery systems. The performance of the new range is certified by Eurovent and rated at industry standard testing conditions. It offers up to 25% weight reduction ,10% footprint reduction and noise reduction of 7dB(A).


Carrier has launched the XCT7, its latest generation of VRF technology. The XCT7 systems offer improved reliability, enhanced system performance, high efficiency, a large operating range, easy installation and incredible flexibility. The systems can be customised to meet the specific demands of most projects.

Up to four outdoor units can be combined to reach 104 horsepower with up to 64 indoor units per outdoor system.

Reliability and performance are at the heart of XCT7. This is due to the combination of advanced features including: an outdoor condenser with black-coated fin technology for enhanced corrosion resistance; anti-liquid shock technology of the compressor to reduce liquid shock failure rate; improved refrigerant distribution balance due to the centrifugal oil separator; and smooth supply of lubricant due to the 10-stage oil return technology. Previously introduced in Asia, XCT7 is available in Spain, Portugal, France, Italy, Germany and the UK.


Condair is launching the Condair MC, a new in-duct evaporative humidifier and cooler. A single unit is capable of supplying up to 360kg/h of humidity and around 245kW of adiabatic cooling to an air handling unit (AHU) from less than 0.15kW of electrical energy.

The Condair MC consists of an evaporative module and hydraulic unit, which sits inside the AHU, and a control panel located outside. The evaporative module is a wall of corrugated glass fibre media cassettes, with stainless steel frames, through which the air flows. The hydraulic unit pumps water to the top of the evaporative module to wet the glass fibre media and humidify the air flowing through them. Dave Marshall-George, UK & IRE sales manager commented: “We are delighted to be adding the Condair MC to our evaporative humidifier range. With every kilogram of humidity provided by an evaporative humidifier around 0.68kW of adiabatic cooling is also achieved. This sustainable cooling technology presents great potential to reduce the carbon footprint of our built environment.”


Titon has released the Titon Ultimate dMEV – a constant flow fan that has been designed to exceed ventilation demands, but meet current and proposed legislation.

The high performing Titon Ultimate dMEV is an ultra quiet low profile fan, suited to new build or refurbishment projects. It has a one-fan-fits- all solution and is ideal for bathrooms, kitchens and utility rooms. The humidity version is will suit homeowners who want to make sure that mould and condensation are not a constant problem. The fan is easy to maintain, simple to monitor using its RH data logging facility and can be commissioned in minutes.

The Titon Ultimate dMEV has low specific fan power down to 0.11 W/l/s and offers outstanding sounds levels of 10dB(A), whilst meeting newly proposed 20Pa back pressure requirements. Available in three versions; standard, humidity and humidity control with data logging, the Titon Ultimate dMEV is perfect at fighting condensation and mould within a home.

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