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 10 Jul 2020

Europe’s first smart city quarter powered by Panasonic

Panasonic has started to install its CO2-saving energy solution for the smart city project, Future Living Berlin. The urban beacon is an important project in the company’s wider smart cities portfolio, which contribute to its focus on the ... 
 6 Jul 2020

Food retail gets A1 maintenance with HSBC support

Bristol-based A1 Engineering, which manufactures, installs and maintains environmentally friendly refrigeration systems, has secured a £2 million finance facility from HSBC UK to keep UK food retailers operational and safeguard the business amid the ... 
 3 Jul 2020

REAL Alternatives 4 LIFE influences skills for low GWP refrigerants across Europe

Three years ago the European Commission announced that it would be co-funding a project to develop EU wide training on low GPW alternatives refrigerants as part of its LIFE climate action programme. REAL Alternatives 4 LIFE was the project and it ... 
 9 Mar 2020

UK’s indoor air is not coronavirus-ready

Oliver Zimmermann, chief executiveof Condair Group, comments on the lack of humidity control regulations for public places and the subsequent impact on possible coronavirus transmission and the nation’s health.... 
 6 Mar 2020

Can the ex-military help solve the skills crisis

The construction industry is made up of 2.3 million workers and contributes an estimated six per cent of the UK’s GDP. Despite this, the industry is facing some worrying concerns; The latest government figures show the number of people starting an ... 
 3 Mar 2020

Acquainting future engineers with future technologies

GERMANY: Aarhus Maskinmesterskole (Aarhus School of Marine and Technical Engineering) is a technical college with high educational standards located in Denmark’s second largest city. Together with the companies JF Køleteknik, H Jessen Jürgensen, ... 
Fujitsu Airstage V-III being lifted onto roof plant compound.
 3 Mar 2020

Fruit picks Fujitsu for club upgrade

Clubbers in Hull are being kept comfortable by an efficient and flexible VRF air conditioning system from Fujitsu.... 
 27 Feb 2020

Freezer plant installation for Miller

Miller Food Service supplies ambient, chilled and frozen food to hospitality and leisure venues throughout Yorkshire. Responding to increased demand, it was decided to expand LT storage with the addition of a new freezer plant. Refrigeration ... 
L-r: Paul Smith and Neil Henry.
 25 Feb 2020

HLA Services secure latest long-term contract

From a single unit in Sunderland, 17 years ago, to multiple offices across the North of England, HLA Services’ latest milestone sees them agree to look after the heating, air conditioning and ventilation at Middlesbrough College.... 
Chiller equipped with sound attenuation pack.
 19 Feb 2020

Carrier chillers cool MRI scanner facility

A new multi-million pound MRI scanner facility at NHS University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff, is being cooled by high-efficiency chillers from Carrier. Carrier’s heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) business is a part of Carrier, a ... 
 17 Feb 2020

Airborne water droplets are a big issue, if you catch my drift

Gary Dicker, director at DHD Cooling, presents a checklist for eliminating dangerous drift from cooling towers.... 
 13 Feb 2020

R32 Hybrid VRF delivers energy efficient comfort

Nursing and care home supplier Acticare is now able to provide heating, comfort cooling and fresh air ventilation to employees with the installation of modern, innovative air conditioning from Mitsubishi Electric.... 
 10 Feb 2020

AHU refurbishment at Devonshire Square

London's Devonshire Square, situated in the historic area between Liverpool Street Station and Spitalfields, comprises 630,000 square feet of prime office and leisure space, spread over a five-acre campus including numerous refurbished and re-... 
 6 Feb 2020

Where are they?

Professor Dick Powell notes that according to Edward Teller, this question was famously posed over lunch by fellow physicist Enrico Fermi in 1950 when colleagues argued that our galaxy, containing billions of stars, must be teeming with space-faring ... 
 29 Jan 2020

Mitsubishi Electric delivers the sweet smell of success to Lush

Ethical cosmetics retailer Lush is now able to deliver energy efficient air conditioning to employees at its new office space in Poole thanks to the installation of Mitsubishi Electric’s City Multi VRF heat recovery system.... 
 28 Jan 2020

BES completes £50m upgrade

BES has completed a £50 million project to upgrade and future-fit the warehousing, packing and logistics facilities at AstraZeneca’s Macclesfield site.... 
The launch of the e-Baltic at Lyon Lennox facility in January 2020.
 21 Jan 2020

World-first installation of R32 e-Baltic

One the first R32 packaged rooftop units has been released onto the market by Lennox, while a Lidl supermarket in France has become the world’s first user of the e-Baltic units for energy-efficient delivery of hot and cold air.... 
Gary Dicker, director at DHD Cooling.
 17 Jan 2020

Cooling Towers reconsidered

Gary Dicker, director at DHD Cooling, explains why the evaporative cooling tower is still a great choice.... 
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