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Crabtree - Everyone's Talking About Crabtree's Single Module Arc Fault Detection...
Prevent fires. Protect people. Protect Property. Crabtree has launched a single module arc fault detection device to do just that. This clever bit of technology can help prevent fires from electrical faults which would have previously gone undetected. Crabtree’s single module arc fault detection device has the same benefits as its 2-module predecessor (it’s just half the size now) but still combines MCB and RCD with AFDD technology to offer...Click to Watch
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Condair Configure New Humidifier Selection Tool
Condair is launching a web-based humidifier selection tool, which enables AHU customers to design a humidification system from within the AHU company’s own in-house AHU design software. The software module, called Condair Configure, allows manufacturers to design and quote AHUs with a humidification element more quickly and easily, without needing to liaise directly with a Condair sales engineer. As the system is web-based, any humidifier...Read More
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SIG Design & Technology - Flat Roof Checklist Helps Architects Ask the Right...
Choosing the right flat roof system can be a challenge, but if you ask the right questions, you’re halfway there. With this in mind, SIG Design & Technology has developed a unique tool for architects – a Flat Roof Checklist for Specifiers. Our checklist incorporates the key questions we, as roofing specialists, would ask you. To make the best use of a meeting with your roofing specialist, use this checklist to answer key questions and...Read More
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Systemair - New Counter Flow Unit in SAVE Range with SAVE Touch Control System
We are proudly presenting a new ventilation unit in the SAVE range, SAVE VTC 500. VTC 500 is a heat recovery unit designed for ventilated areas up to approximately 400 m². Left and right connected models are available. SAVE VTC 500 is designed for installation on the wall in a laundry room or storeroom. SAVE VTC 500 is a unit with white painted double skinned panels and comes with an advanced control system. The unit is...Read More
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Danfoss - Are you specifying tall buildings?
At Danfoss we have a range of solutions for tall buildings in the UK built upon our focus on quality, reliability and innovation. Have a look at our new one stop website where you can find all the information that you need. You will also find direct contact details for our experts – contact them today and our knowledgeable experienced team will be happy to talk to you on the phone...Read More
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Samsung Unveils New Wind-Free™ Air Conditioner Range at Interclima 2019
Samsung Electronics will showcase the world premiere of a completely new wall-mounted air conditioner platform with R32 refrigerant, featuring its unique Wind-Free™ cooling technology and new smart functionalities, at Interclima 2019 in Paris. Being one of Europe’s landmark tradeshows for air conditioner and heating solutions, Interclima is the ideal place for Samsung to underscore its commitment to the European...Read More
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Wunda Group - New Over-Floor Heating, Quick to Install with Rapid Response
With the UK starting on the road to zero carbon emissions, between now and 2050, 20,000 homes a year must meet new standards. This task is set to provide work for thousands of tradesmen for the foreseeable future. One of the key solutions to these goals will be underfloor heating, as it’s the only system that efficiently runs with new low energy heat sources. It’s already the first choice for many other countries and has been shown...Read More
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