As part of its Future Thinking programme, created to encourage those who work in building services to think about the issues that will affect the industry in the next few years, Daikin UK is inviting building services engineers and engineering consultants to attend one of its forward-thinking, CPD-accredited HVACR seminars across the UK.
Representing the largest single investment in its 97 year history, Viessmann has committed to spending €50 million on building a new technology centre at its headquarters in Allendorf, Germany.
Cool-Therm Ltd has opened a new Midlands office at the University of Wolverhampton Science Park.
Ideal Boilers is taking its mobile training centre to all 32 UK branches of City Plumbing Supplies.
The rights to one of the UK’s leading commercial heating management systems are being offered for sale.
Fläkt Woods has received accreditation as a Carbon Trust supplier in recognition of its strong track record in designing and delivering high quality HVAC products.
The Trane 'Acceleration Now European Tour' arrives in the UK next month.
The Heating and Hotwater Industry Council (HHIC) is marking the tenth anniversary of the compulsory condensing boiler with a Parliamentary Reception on 5 November.
Latest research from the Federation of Master Builders (FMB) reveals that house building is leading the growth in the SME construction sector, but the industry has a long way to go to recover to ...
According to the latest Construction Products Association (CPA) Autumn Forecasts, the construction industry will grow 23% by the end of 2018 and contribute £12 billion to the UK economy over the next two years alone.
UKICS Cool Energy has acquired MTA UK, a specialist in compressed air and gas treatment products.
According to the Federation of Master Builders (FMB), the Labour Party's Lyons Housing Review provides a long overdue blueprint for increasing the capacity and output of small and medium sized (SME) house builders to help build the urgently needed 200,000 new homes a year.
Two Bolton landlords have been fined after a couple and their four-month-old baby were taken to hospital with carbon monoxide poisoning.
Adexsi, the smoke and natural ventilation specialist, has acquired fire safety product supplier Ateliers Boullet, as it continues to expand.
Bosch Commercial and Industrial Heating will be showcasing its growing portfolio of high-efficiency technologies at CIBSE’s Leadership in Building Performance Exhibition & Conference from 28 - 29 October (stand 31).
The latest in the BREEAM family of sustainability rating schemes was launched at the property trade show, MIPIM, in London yesterday (15 October).
Rinnai UK’s new programme of CPD training modules offers specifiers and designers the practical and energy saving benefits of continuous flow gas fired water heating.
Sabien Technology, the manufacturer and supplier of M2G boiler energy efficiency technology, has won an ‘Exceptional Idea’ award from Norland Managed Services.
This year Plumb and Parts Center has been running a series of seminars around the UK in order to broaden understanding of the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme.
Innovation is set to be at the forefront of Ecobuild 2015 next March (www.ecobuild.co.uk) as it signs a new partnership with retail giant Marks & Spencer (M&S) to highlight innovative products and solutions from across the sustainable built environment.
BITZER UK’s Graeme Acton has retired after 14 years with the company.
According to manufacturers’ organisation EEF, Britain’s ambitions for a better-balanced economy could be seriously undermined by escalating energy costs.
Ideal Boilers is celebrating the manufacture of the millionth boiler in its award-winning Logic range, which rolled off the production line yesterday (13 October).
Plumb and Parts Center’s campaign against carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning is being backed by a top fire chief.
Toshiba Air Conditioning has published a comprehensive technical handbook for engineers, as part of its programme of training and support for the industry.
McQuay UK Ltd has recruited two new sales team members as part of its strategic growth strategy.
The Government has earmarked an additional £100m to help boost household energy efficiency.
According to the latest figures from the Sutherland Tables, oil continues to be the only primary heating fuel to have fallen in price over the past three years, making it the cheapest option for off gas grid homes.
One of the refrigeration industry’s best known figures, Ray Gluckman, has launched a new consultancy specialising in refrigeration, energy efficiency and climate change.
Mitsubishi Electric has launched its City Multi YLM VRF (Variable Refrigerant Flow) range of air conditioners. The system includes a flat tube aluminium micro-channel heat exchanger which the company believes is a pivotal step change in providing ...
ADEY Professional Heating Solutions has announced the winner of its latest social media competition.
The Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists (CIAT) has joined the Build Show as an event partner.
In response to the launch of the Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) in April this year, NAPIT Training offered a free training taster session, An Introduction to the Renewable Heat Incentive, at the NAPIT EXPO 2014.
Bosch Commercial and Industrial is urging local authorities and housing associations to upgrade or implement district heating schemes.
CAREL has appointed Michael Leach to its Climate Division with responsibility for Applied Products and Technical Solutions.
The Federation of Master Builders (FMB) says that the Prime Minister’s pledge to build 100,000 new homes for young first time buyers is a welcome step in addressing the housing crisis but is calling for more information about how the homes will be delivered.
Riello’s ongoing sponsorship of the Pramac Ducati motorsport team was celebrated recently by the company’s key consultant customers who attended the Hertz British Grand Prix at Silverstone, a highlight of the motorcycling calendar.
The judges for the annual HVR Awards have deliberated over the entries and selected the finalists for the ceremony on November 26th. On the judging panel were Mike Smith, BSRIA’s director of engineering; Mike Duggan, FETA’s technical manager and the ...
A self-employed builder from Suffolk has been handed a prison sentence and community service after endangering a householder when he left a gas supply pipe open and uncapped after illegally removing a boiler as part of a central heating installation project.
New qualifications have been launched to help organisations to prevent the outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease and the multiplication of legionella bacteria.