HVR - Introducing the magazine
With more than 46 years experience, the monthly B2B magazine Heating and Ventilating Review, (HVR) is dedicated to the promotion of the activities of the commercial and industrial heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) industries.
The magazine delivers incisive comment, in-depth analysis and stimulating editorial. It is essential reading for the busy HVAC professional.
Each monthly issue of HVR contains thought-provoking features and comment on the subjects that matter to our readers:
What's happening, in the commercial and industrial HVAC market.
How to get the best out of HVAC installations.
The latest news on products, contracts and legislation.
What your peers and competitors are doing.
Latest Magazine Articles
Sensors help provide a clean bill of health 14-May-2013
Hospital and healthcare buildings comprise of various environments that need to be considered carefully when installing sensor equipment. Alan Braybrook explains what specifiers and contractors should think about when installing sensor equipment
Hoval helps to cut hospital emissions 14-May-2013
Space heating and domestic hot water at the new East Riding Community Hospital is being supplied by a combination of biomass and gas fired boilers from Hoval. This combination gives the hospital an efficient and responsive low carbon heating system that also qualifies for the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI).
NHS Surrey cuts carbon emissions with heating and HW upgrade 14-May-2013
With the aim of reducing carbon emissions and improving efficiencies, NHS Surrey embarked on a programme of upgrade to their heating and hot water systems across more than twenty sites. Many of the boilers and water heaters were coming to the end of their economical lifespan so it was an ideal time to review their heating and hot water plant.
TROX offers one-stop shop facility 14-May-2013
TROX has formally launched its X-CUBE air handling unit range, which, it says, heralds its arrival "as the only company in its sector capable of supplying, from a single source, virtually all components required for installing a complete air conditioning system".
Bespoke design doesn't have to be expensive 14-May-2013
By pioneering parametric design and linking CAD systems to factory machinery, manufacturers can ensure repeatable and consistent quality with every component - totally bespoke units, without the tailored price tag, says Alun Thomas
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