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Replicating nature's toolkit

Kostas Papadopoulos, head of smart cities solutions development at SSE Enterprise examines the benefits of bipolar ionisation in managing air quality in buildings... 
 3 Mar 2021

Air quality's critical role in restoring faith in public buildings

With the UK hoping to return to some sense of normality over the next 12 months, it is clear that there must be a conscious effort to restore faith in public spaces by addressing the issue of air quality. David Millward, group product manager at ... 
 3 Mar 2021

IAQ key to safe office reopening

As offices across the UK open for business, it’s clear that air quality in buildings is of critical importance to people’s well-being and peace of mind. Here, Jerry Hall, air conditioning manager at Wolseley Climate, takes a closer look at the ... 
 3 Mar 2021

Train to gain

With apprenticeships heavily impacted by the pandemic, Malcolm Moss, President of ADCAS, examines the true cost to the industry and looks at what can be done to safeguard the future of the ductwork sector... 
 24 Feb 2021

Think outside the 'safe bet' box

Oliver Baker, chief executive of Ambion Heating, examines the benefits of computer-controlled infrared (CCIR) technolocy for low carbon heating... 
 24 Feb 2021
Steve McConnell of ICOM

Is hydrogen the future of heating?

An intention to drive the use of hydrogen for heating in the Prime Minister’s latest 10-point carbon plan has pushed this fuel higher up the zero carbon agenda. Steve McConnell of ICOM considers the implications... 
 17 Feb 2021
BESA chief executive David Frise

This time they are serious

A raft of new regulatory measures and the appointment of a products regulator, alongside stricter rules on payment, demonstrates just how serious the government is about reforming the built environment sector, according to the Building Engineering ... 
 17 Feb 2021

Thermal wheels vs transmission of viruses

Ventilation specialist Swegon explores the benefits of properly constructed, installed and maintained rotary heat exchangers and busts a few myths with regards to virus transmission... 
 10 Feb 2021

Heating repurposed for commercial properties

With the need to repurpose and refurbish older buildings now greater than ever, specifiers and contractors should look to retrofit solutions, says Steve Richmond, head of marketing and technical at Rehau Building Solutions Building Solutions... 
 10 Feb 2021

A balancing act for commercial buildings

Throughout 2020 public buildings have seen unprecedented periods of closure; however, many may not realise how these closures could impact the operation of buildings... 
 3 Feb 2021
Dan Wild, Conex Bänninger business unit director UK&I

Don’t fall into a bacteria trap

Dan Wild, Conex Bänninger business unit director UK&I, puts the case for copper over plastic when it comes to traps and waste fittings... 
 3 Feb 2021

Humidity under scrutiny

From improving IAQ to the needs of industrial processes, interest and uptake of humidification systems has increased in recent years. However, with this greater interest there also comes greater scrutiny of the costs involved according to Edward ... 
 27 Jan 2021

Staying on top of humidity on site

Humidity is an unwanted problem for many construction sites, yet errors can be made in its removal. Ryan Stanley, moisture control sales & product manager Northern Europe at Aggreko, provides some insight into the issue and best practice for ... 
 27 Jan 2021
Condair UK sales manager Dave Marshall-George

Making buildings healthier

Dave Marshall-George, UK sales manager at Condair plc, examines the potential for improving public health through humidification and other HVAC strategies... 
 20 Jan 2021
Managing director of Humidity Solutions John Barker

Perfect humidity control for museum

John Barker, managing director of Humidity Solutions explains what to do with a museum and gallery where the humidity swings over a wide range - even when the temperature control is spot on... 
 20 Jan 2021
BESA’s director of skills and training Helen Yeulet

Skills demand will hit us like a train

Efforts to create a more diverse building services workforce must speed up dramatically following the unveiling of the Government’s 10-point plan for a ‘green revolution’, according to BESA’s director of skills and training Helen Yeulet... 
 20 Jan 2021
Mark McManus, managing director at Stiebel Eltron UK

Homes fit for the future

Mark McManus, managing director at Stiebel Eltron UK, discusses why ventilation must be a core component of our renewable future as we emerge from the pandemic... 
 14 Jan 2021

Taller rads in demand

Whilst radiators in general remain in huge demand for new build and replacement heating system projects up and down the country, radiator manufacturer Stelrad is seeing changing trends in the orders coming in to them making for subtle changes in the ... 
 14 Jan 2021

Focus falls back on solar PV in efficiency drive

Non-stop innovation has put solar PV at the forefront of energy efficiency and sustainability for home and business. Neal Goddard, UK sales manager at Solarwatt reports... 
 7 Jan 2021

Training to meet net zero goal

As the UK moves towards a net-zero future, more low-carbon heating technologies will need to be installed for this to be achieved. Tom Murray, specification director commercial and residential at Baxi Heating, explains what professional heating ... 
 7 Jan 2021
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