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News Archive - September 2007

Flakt Woods buys Semco 28 September 2007
The Flakt Woods group has bought US-based ventilation and air treatment supplier Semco Inc.

London HEVAR's seminars get industry talking 27 September 2007

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London HEVAR, the two-day exhibition for HVAC professionals is proving a great forum to address the hot topics of the industry.

London HEVAR's new venue is a hit 26 September 2007
Like Jose Mourinho London HEVAR has left Chelsea and for the better many say as September 26 saw the exhibition fling open its doors to visitors at a brand new venue -the Royal Horticultural Halls. As befits the occasion, feedback so far has been just as grand as the halls.

Diversitech's new recruit to develop UK business 25 September 2007
DiversiTech Corporation, a leading manufacturer and supplier of components to the hvacr industry, has appointed a new UK product manager.

First accredited MEB course benefits installers 25 September 2007
For the first time, CORGI has a register of persons competent to handle a Main Equipotential Bonding (MEB) circuit and a new course will help installers get on this list.

UKWTA warns government must tackle boiler condensate 25 September 2007
UKWTA fears pouring boiler condensate down UK’s drains may risk the nation’s health and is calling for government-backed research.

Wolseley takes profit hit from US housing market 24 September 2007
Wolseley, the world's biggest distributor of plumbing and heating products, saw its profit before tax fall 7.3% to £758m in the year to July end.

Finance director steps down at Worthington Nicholls 19 September 2007
Tim Hunt has stepped down as finance director for Worthington Nicholls, after its share price plummeted last month.

Fair pay in public sector construction secured 19 September 2007
Today, employer bodies and construction industry leaders signed a charter giving the thumbs up to fair payments throughout the building supply chain.

Tradesmen told not to bin waste rules 18 September 2007
M&E installers could face a £300 fine if they fail to produce a valid waste carrier's licence.

President slams government for failure to police Part L revisions 17 September 2007
HVCA president John Miller says the government hasn't the 'bite' to police last year's changes to Part L of the building rules.

Carter Synergy and HRP seal supplier deal 17 September 2007
Wholesaler HRP has signed a sole supplier deal with Carter Synergy.

Electric shocker- UK's buildings may pose fire risk due to improper checks 14 September 2007

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M&E contractor ADI Mechanical says Tegg checks and Corgi-style regulation for the electrical industry would cut the number of UK buildings going up in smoke.

Construction site deaths up by 28% 13 September 2007
Construction worker deaths are up by 28% on last year and 1 in 3 refurbishment sites inspected put staff's lives at risk says the Health and Safety Executive.

Wolseley comes to RNLI's rescue 13 September 2007
A lifeboat donated by Wolseley UK to lifesaving charity RNLI has already saved 46 lives.

Axair Climate gets new name 12 September 2007
SOLIHULL-based distrinutor Axair Climate is to change its name to Walter Meier (Climate Solutions), the name being given to all subsidiaries within its parent company Walter Meier Holdings Group.

Wolseley spends £87m on five acquisitions 11 September 2007
Today Wolseley Plc announced it spent £87m on five acquisitions including London-based electrical wholesaler T&R.

FETA's FEET keen to stamp out purchase of cheap inefficient products 10 September 2007
THE Federation of Environmental Trade Associations (FETA) is asking companies to choose green products over cheaper less energy efficient goods.

Danfoss adds DMS Wasser-Warmetechnik to acquisition portfolio 07 September 2007
Heating product manufacturer Danfoss has announced that it has acquired Germany's DMS Wasser-Warmetechnik GmbH.

Mazgas says tradeswomen are out there but underestimated 05 September 2007
While Ken Livingston laments the few and far between existence of female tradesmen for London projects, one-woman show Mazgas is blazing a trail to tell customers where the industry's women are.

Battle of the trades 04 September 2007
The Test The Trades challenge kicks off at building show Interbuild 2007 from October 28 - November 1.

London HEVAR 2007 is the biggest ever 04 September 2007
One hundred exhibition stands have been sold at London HEVAR 2007, making this year's show the biggest in its 20 year history.

President surfs skies to get businesses to surf site 03 September 2007
HVCA president, John Miller literally rose to the occasion for the newly launched HVCA Business Plus website by donning a flight suit to skydive in Milton Keynes.