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Domestic Heating: EPCs business opportunity for engineers: NAEA

THE  introduction of Energy Performance Certificates as a mandatory element in Home Information Packs (HIPs) represents a business opportunity that plumbing and heating engineers are ideally placed to exploit. 
 1 Jun 2007

Domestic Heating: Saunier Duval boiler joins flagship range

SAUNIER Duval has introduced a high efficiency system boiler. 
 1 Jun 2007

Domestic Heating: MBD cental heating report predicts sales growth of 7%

THE domestic central heating market is set to grow every year culminating in overall growth of 7% in real terms during the years 2007 - 2011. 
 1 Jun 2007

Domestic Heating: Ready for a greener future

The radiator industry needs to ensure it can remain competitive and meet legislative requirements by being green, according to Mike Wright, research and development manager at Quinn Radiators 
 1 Jun 2007

Domestic Heating: Opportunities abound in domestic heating market

The importance of renewable energy is growing as it becomes increasingly evident that fossil fuel supplies are finite. Here, David Green at Daikin Airconditioning UK, discusses the benefits of heat pump technology and the opportunities available in the domestic heating market 
 1 Jun 2007

Domestic Heating: More chances in the crossover market

While traditionally there has been little crossover between the domestic and commercial boiler markets, recent developments mean the components in domestic and commercial appliances are similar. Graham Williamson, business director of commercial heating at Ideal Boilers, discusses the crossover market 
 1 Jun 2007

ADCAS-10 years on: Still in good heart for the fight

As ADCAS celebrates its 10th anniversary the battle for fair play continues 
 1 Jun 2007

Filters: Market demands more from splits

Split system air conditioners need to do more to meet the demanding needs of end users, writes Paul Kingswell of Axair Climate 
 1 Jun 2007

Filters: A healthier way to breathe

Filters can help boost the well-being of a company’s workforce by removing harmful pollutants, and protect the planet by saving energy. Trox UK’s Nick Shackleton explains 
 1 Jun 2007

Burning Issue: Wild claims and rogue traders

The market for renewable heating systems is on a roll but we must make sure it does not get hijacked, says Mark Wilkins, brand manager for Vaillant 
 1 Jun 2007

F-Gas regulation could send industry into chaos

Never before has the refrigeration and air-conditioning industry faced so many legislative deadlines in such a short space of time. Ewan Rose sounds the alarm bell for contractors 
 1 Jun 2007

Steady hand on the tiller

The company which Tony Whale took over three-and-a-half years ago when he was made CEO was very different from the stable, good-to-do-business-with model which has emerged under his management. But there is still a long way to go for Emcor UK and its clients. Paul Braithwaite talks to the man at the helm . 
 1 May 2007

Editors Comment: Working together for success!

My interview with Emcor boss Tony Whale was not only interesting for the way he has turned Emcor around, but also for some of his other comments, especially on facilities management. 
 1 May 2007

Health & Safety Matters: Fighting fire with facts

New fire regulations emphasise the need for better communication between all members of the ductwork supply chain, says Bob Towse, head of technical and safety at the HVCA 
 1 May 2007

Business Matters: How much are you worth?

Negotiate your way to the top, says Martin Luise, managing director of headhunter Charles Fellowes Group 
 1 May 2007

Contractor Profile: Steady hand on the tiller

The company which Tony Whale took over three-and-a-half years ago when he was made CEO was very different from the stable, good-to-do-business-with model which has emerged under his management. But there is still a long way to go for Emcor UK and its clients. Paul Braithwaite talks to the man at the helm 
 1 May 2007

Burning Issue: Right second time around?

Underfloor Heating Manufacturers' Association chairman Rex Ingram highlights the difficulty of predicting the energy profile of buildings 
 1 May 2007

Company Profile; A whiter shade of Powrmatic

Kieron Borgeat, commercial manager at Powrmatic, explains how the company has been moving forward and why a change from green to white for its units is far more significant than just a new colour. Paul Braithwaite visits the company to watch the first white units to go through the painting process 
 1 May 2007

Air Handling Units: Higher profile for air handlers

Air handling units are often seen as basic, almost commodity, items but, with more thought and a flexible approach, they can be made to work harder for their money, suggests Neil Oliver of Dunham Bush 
 1 May 2007

Air handling Units: It's good news for those who exercise control

The growth in technology is good news for close control applications says Joe Wieckowski, general sales manager for Colman Moducel 
 1 May 2007
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