News Archive - July 2007
Hyco becomes Rinnai UK's distributer
31 July 2007
Heating appliance firm Rinnai UK has appointed Hyco Manufacturing Ltd to distribute its gas water and space heaters.
Trox to host seminar at HEVAR London
30 July 2007
HVCA partners with Exor Management Services
27 July 2007
Air-conditioning giant Trox is holding training sessions at London HEVAR, the HVAC industry's London exhibition.
HVCA has finalised a partnership arrangement with Exor Management Services which is designed to provide Association members with additional business opportunities in the public sector.
Daikin launches 4 Port Multi Outdoor Units
26 July 2007
New R410A 4 port Multi units, designated 4MXS68F (heat pump) and 4MKS75F (cooling only), have been introduced by Daikin Europe.
Unite negotiates inflation-busting pay rise for plumbers
25 July 2007
A new inflation-busting pay deal for plumbers is under consideration. It was negiotated by Unite (Amicus Section) under the JIB Plumbing Mechanical Engineering Services, is being considered.
Britain’s homes and businesses at risk from poor planning against floods
23 July 2007
Although 10 per cent of Britain's land, including 10 Downing Street, lies within flood risk areas, the government’s housing green paper scheduled for publication today is expected to say it is unrealistic to avoid any development in such areas.
Biofuels -the Nu-way to cut carbon emissions in UK schools
20 July 2007
Burner and combustion firm Nu-way is conducting biofuel heating trials to determine the effectiveness of biofuel adoption in schools.
St George feels the heat thanks to Chatsworth
18 July 2007
CHATSWORTH Heating, part of the Bisque Group has supplied electric heating equipment for apartments on Manchester's Saint George's island.
Viessmann's boilers respond to firefighters' call
17 July 2007
Firefighters in Bolton no longer feel out in the cold now the town's main fire station has been equipped with new heating and hotwater systems.
Brown's energy-saving trials to go ahead in 40,000 homes
16 July 2007
The power of Gordon Brown's energy-saving experiment involving 40,000 households cannot be underestimated as it means some homes will start getting accurate meter readings.
Vent-Axia and Samsung link for air con sales
13 July 2007
Vent-Axia and Samsung have linked in an alliance which could see the ventilation company becoming a major player in the air conditioning market.
BEST appoints technical qualifications manager
12 July 2007
BEST (Building Engineering Services Training), an HVCA group company, has appointed Christine Wright as its technical qualifications manager.
IDS moves to approved status refrigerant supply scheme
11 July 2007
IDS Refrigeration has announced it intents to supply refrigerants only to contracting companies who employ engineers suitably trained and qualified to work on refrigeration or air conditioning systems.
Integral appoints corporate social responsibility director
11 July 2007
Integral, the UK’s largest independent property maintenance company, has taken the industry leading step of appointing a dedicated corporate social responsibility (CSR) resource at director level.
BRE classification for Zenex Gassaver
10 July 2007
The Zenex Gassaver has been added to the list of product types recognised in SAP following tests by the British Research Establishment (BRE).
HVCA site safety guide launched
10 July 2007
The new 'JS1 Worksafe – Guide to Site Safety' published by HVCA Publications, will give operatives comprehensive advice and information that will be essential preventative tools in the building services industry and specialist engineering sector.
BRE Certification launches Green Book Live
09 July 2007
A green guide for specifiers and users of environmental products and services has been produced by BRE Certification and can be accessed at www.greenbooklive.com.
WF Electrical launches HVAC ancillaries range
06 July 2007
WF Electrical, which claims to be the fourth largest electrical wholesaler in England and Wales, has introduced a range of ancillaries for air conditioning and heating and ventilating which complements its new portfolio of HVAC controls and meters for building management systems.
New head of education and training at HVCA
06 July 2007
NAPIT appointed to review benchmark scheme
06 July 2007
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Sarah Wicks has been appointed HVCA head of education and training, with effect from 1 August 2007.
NAPIT Registration has been appointed by the Heating and Hotwater Industry Council (HHIC) to support them in a review of the Benchmark Scheme.
Drowned but not out!
05 July 2007
Powerminster Gleeson Services, the Sheffield-based building services and facilities management firm, was able to operate a business-as-usual service for clients within hours of last week’s floods, thanks to a robust business continuity plan and some quick thinking by its management.
Too hot to handle? Intatec don't think so
03 July 2007
Anti-scald regulation is the subject of heated debate aimed at making Britain's bathrooms safer.