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LG air-conditioning's GM hotfoots to London HEVAR

The GM of LG UK's air-conditioning division Graham Hendra is to take centre stage at London HEVAR 08, to explain how to 'Maximise VRF system design'.
LG air-conditioning
Hendra, a regular blogger for, promises to take a fresh look at VRF systems on day one of London HEVAR (Wednesday, September 24).

The general manager will speak from 11.30am-12.30am at the Royal Horticultural Halls in Greycoat Street -the home of London HEVAR.

Hendra in his own 'tongue-in-cheek' style originally named his presentation 'How to minimise the efficiency of your VRF system through bad design and installation'.

Hendra's talk is one of several presentations included in the London HEVAR seminar programme.

London HEVAR (September 24-25) will also exhibit products and services from key players in the HVAC industry.

More than 1,000 individuals have pre-registered to attend London HEVAR. To pre-register your attendance visit LondonHEVAR

Attendance to London HEVAR is free. To find out more about London HEVAR click here
22 September 2008


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Buildings need 'breath of fresh air' approach

To mark Clean Air Day, Mark Bouldin, healthy buildings expert at Johnson Controls explains why the UK needs a new approach to clean air in buildings.

If you had the choice of breathing clean air for 90% of the time or 10% of the time, which would you choose? Well, currently, the emphasis is firmly on the 10%. From governments, campaigners and businesses, there has been a huge push to clean the air we breathe outside. And there’s no denying the importance of that. However, given the average member of the British public spends 22 hours of their day indoors, it seems negligent not to place the same level of attention on indoor air quality (IAQ).



BoilerMag XL installed at £6.6m Bostal Group development

A new care home development in Kent has invested in BoilerMag technology to protect its heating system and plant room from a build-up problem of ferrous oxide and scale....


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