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Innovative boilers cut more carbon at last

The next generation of condensing solutions promises to expand the use of high-efficiency boilers and increase energy savings, writes John Thomason, general manager at Atmos Heating Systems 
 1 Oct 2007

Keeping up with the renewables rush

The renewables market is on the verge of runaway growth. But there is still a lack of knowledge across the industry, writes James Sopwith of Nu-way 
 1 Oct 2007

Installation made simple

There are several ways that manufacturers can make it easier and quicker to install commercial boilers, as Tony Hogg (right), general manager of Broag-Remeha, explains 
 1 Oct 2007

Renewables: Get a slice of the action

With buildings responsible for around half of the UK's carbon emissions, there is an upsurge of interest in renewable sources of heating. Chris Davis of Dimplex reports 
 1 Oct 2007

Seeing the bigger picture

Chiller plant represents a sizable investment, so it makes sense to take sensible measures to ensure equipment is protected. Mike Slattery of Axair Climate provides some pointers on the main things to consider 
 1 Oct 2007

A cooler future on the horizon

Advances in chiller technology will improve energy efficiency and drive down lifetime costs says Martin Storey (right), Tricool Engineering's sales director 
 1 Oct 2007

Control closes in all around

Companies are now switched on to the benefits of closely controlled environments which are no longer the preserve of the IT industry, says Peter Dewdney, Eaton-Williams' group marketing manager 
 1 Oct 2007

Cooler solutions for computers

Heat generation is the only limitation on increasing computer power. That is why new options are needed for cooling server rooms, says Guy Hutchins, sales director of Trox AITCS 
 1 Oct 2007

Growing Gains

ADI Mechanical has expanded at an impressive rate. In 1990, turnover was £300,000. Last year, it was £32M. HVR asks managing director Alan Lusty how he did it. 
 1 Oct 2007

Labour shortages- Now is the time to act

Our industry faces a shortage of skilled workers that is expected to get worse. But there are solutions that benefit both business owners and workers, as HVCA president John Miller explains... 
 1 Oct 2007

Fully Integrated -Contractor Profile

Before he could develop his business, Bryan Glastonbury had to work out exactly what kind of company it was. Paul Braithwaite reports. 
 1 Sep 2007


Those who know me know that I am not an exhibition virgin. I have attended all the HEVAR exhibitions since I took over as editor of HVR as well as the RAC shows and H&V. 
 1 Sep 2007

Business Matters: Back to the drawing board as Lords rule against the Revenue

Husband and wife businesses across the country face an avalanche of red tape following a House of Lords ruling, says Baker Tilly tax partner Bill Longe 
 1 Sep 2007

Health & Safety Matters: CDM: are you aware of the responsibilities?

The new CDM (Construction Design and Management) Regulations have been in force since April but Bob Towse, head of technical and safety at the HVCA, is worried some contractors may be unaware of what this means to them. 
 1 Sep 2007

Contractor Profile: Fully integrated

Before he could develop his business, Bryan Glastonbury had to work out exactly what kind of company it was. Paul Braithwaite reports 
 1 Sep 2007

Burning Issue: Are m&e experts providing the best fan solutions?

When it comes to the selection of fan coil motors are we, as an industry, doing enough to provide the solution best suited to the requirements of the end user, asks Peter Faruqi of Dunham Bush 
 1 Sep 2007

Company Profile: S&P Coil Products plays to its specialist strengths

WARWICK Taylor joined SPC in May 2005. His brief was to grow the business in the UK leaving the managing director to concentrate on the burgeoning Middle East division. The company decided to move out of high volume/low margin coil work in favour of the higher margin specialist business. As well as coils, SPC supplies radiant panels, trench heaters, door curtains, heat pipes and fan convectors Door curtains are an add-on to the business. It is something the sales managers can offer when they are quoting for complete projects. "SPC has one of the broadest ranges and most powerful door curtains on the market. There are also new control packages which have recently been developed." 
 1 Sep 2007

The gentle breeze of change blows through the industry

Climate change has put air distribution back in the spotlight as users look for more energy-efficient methods of moving air around. Joe Wieckowski, general sales manager of Colman Moducel, reports 
 1 Sep 2007

Thinking outside the duct

Choosing the best whole-life ventilation solution necessitates a working knowledge of the options available. Paul Russon of Euro Air UK reveals some interesting facts about fabric ventilation used for heating and cooling 
 1 Sep 2007

Air Conditioning world: Staying one step ahead of customer expectations

Business success lies in having a good product and providing your customers with the level of service they desire. Here, Mick Langford, air conditioning sales director at Daikin Airconditioning UK, discusses a number of initiatives the company has introduced to help raise the standards of customer service in the air conditioning industry 
 1 Sep 2007
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