Heating and Ventilating


Victaulic truck takes to the road

Victaulic’s new mobile truck will tour the UK this spring and will be travelling across the country throughout the year, stopping at handy locations to showcase the company’s innovative grooved piping system solutions.

The truck is designed to help engineers, contractors and building owners find first- hand proven solutions that are relevant to their projects.

From effective pre-planning, product selection, system design and modelling, to prefabrication and on-site installation, the truck addresses each element of a project. Through an interactive blend of hands-on experience, demonstrations, product displays and discussions, visitors will learn how Victaulic’s products and services can boost efficiency and impact their bottom line.

Jared Breidinger, divisional manager Northern Europe at Victaulic, said: “Our UK touring truck is a great opportunity for clients and potential customers to explore the comprehensive range of Victaulic solutions in one place and discover the advantages they deliver. Visitors can see actual examples of mechanical room installations, view pump displays, and have a go at using grooving tools and installing couplings.”

20 April 2015


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Online air conditioning sales put lives in danger

The Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) has condemned online retailers for “playing fast and loose with public safety” by selling specialised air conditioning equipment to unregistered installers and end users.

BESA, which runs the UK’s main F-Gas certification body REFCOM, says products containing flammable refrigerant gases were being bought by DIYers and unqualified installers.

While selling these products online is not illegal, BESA is urging all retailers to take responsibility by only selling to properly qualified and registered installers.


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