PrefectIrus – Alerts you to maintenance issues via email.

PrefectIrus – Alerts you to maintenance issues via email.

The all-new Prefectirus CU3 unit has obvious benefits relating to energy efficiency. By using only the energy needed to keep student rooms at comfortable temperatures, energy is saved through a number of features including programmable on/off times, maximum temperature settings, absence and presence detectors and open window monitoring, all managed from the central controller linked to each room node via the existing electrical within the building. But the new Prefectirus CU3 also features maintenance sensors…

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RINNAI INFINITY 1600E OFFERS lowest loW-nox guaranteed

RINNAI INFINITY 1600E OFFERS lowest loW-nox guaranteed

Rinnai, designer and manufacturer of the A-rated Infinity range of Infinity continuous flow condensing gas fired water heaters, supplies the best energy efficient range of low-NoX water heaters on the market. Advanced condensing heat exchangers combined with innovative down firing pre-mix burner technology ensure every cubic metre of natural gas or LPG is utilised to the maximum in the Infinity HDC 1600e. The units are renewables-ready and suitable for use as a temperature booster for…

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Rinnai launches into the commercial boiler marketplace

Rinnai launches into the commercial boiler marketplace

Rinnai has launched new products into the commercial gas-fired boiler marketplace with an initial introduction of three condensing models. The new boilers, German-manufactured to high specification in materials, build and components are built to last and offer high quality construction and engineering alongside top of the range energy efficiencies. The Rinnai Infinity condensing boiler range is available for natural gas and LPG operation and comes with innovative controls maximizing energy efficiencies through class-leading weather compensation…

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Scotland’s largest public sector supplier event to be held on 28th September at Hampden Park, Glasgow

Scotland’s largest public sector supplier event to be held on 28th September at Hampden Park, Glasgow

Major UK bodies announced to attend Supplier Development Programme’s “Meet The Buyer” 2017 Over 40 public sector bodies from across Scotland and the UK will meet in Glasgow this autumn for the 9th annual “Meet the Buyer” event hosted by the Supplier Development Programme on the 28th September at Hampden Park. The event will be partnered by Scottish Government, Scotland Excel and Business Gateway. 28 Scottish Local Authorities, the Ministry of Defence, DfID and Crown…

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RINNAI Takes on Man v Machine Challenge

RINNAI Takes on Man v Machine Challenge

Rinnai, manufacturer of the market leading Infinity hot water heating units, has started a challenge that puts its product against tough opposition in the form of super league rugby team Widnes Vikings. Rinnai, an official sponsor of the Widnes Vikings rugby league club, put its Infinity water heaters head to head with the players in a contest of Man v Machine. The result is a series of YouTube videos that, right from kick off, see…

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St Albans City and District Council Invest in Goodlight LED Panels to Transform Office Lighting

St Albans City and District Council Invest in Goodlight LED Panels to Transform Office Lighting

LED Eco Lights today announced that St Albans City and District Council has completed phase one of a project to replace fluorescent tubes within their 6000 m² office building with long life, energy efficient LED panels from the Goodlight™ range. Following a successful pilot scheme, a rolling programme commenced to replace the fluorescent lights in the office sections with Goodlight LED panels. According to Candice Luper, Sustainability Projects Officer at St Albans City and District…

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Benefiting from a Modular Approach to Energy Efficient Heating

Benefiting from a Modular Approach to Energy Efficient Heating

Modular boilers with large turndown ratio and wide differential temperatures between the flow and return are rising in popularity. We look at the challenges they can overcome when designing a commercial heating system, and in particular heat networks in which the Government has recently announced to invest £320m over five years. Matching the demand Efficient commercial heating design requires to match both, peak loads and low loads without oversizing the plant and wasting energy. This…

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RINNAI Creates ‘System Efficiency’ Solution for Longer Life

RINNAI Creates ‘System Efficiency’ Solution for Longer Life

Limescale can be a major contributor to a loss of efficiencies for water heating systems of any type, so leading continuous flow water heater manufacturer Rinnai has taken steps to maintain superior efficiencies throughout the life of the system by incorporating a proven limescale inhibitor that will significantly reduce the impact of limescale, thereby maximising efficiency over the product’s lifetime. Rinnai has teamed up with electrolytic in line inhibitors, pioneers in limescale inhibitor technology, to…

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The Water Open Market: Think Before You Dive In

The Water Open Market: Think Before You Dive In

From April 2017, commercial and other non-residential water users in England have the opportunity to choose where to buy water and wastewater services from. This freedom of choice is most welcome but, with choice, comes complexity. With multiple service providers and procurement routes available, careful consideration of the options is a prerequisite for making the most of the open market opportunity and optimising service levels and best value for your organisation. Claire Yeates, Director at…

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Academy Achieves Significant Energy Savings

Academy Achieves Significant Energy Savings

Cumbrian Academy secures a near £100k refund from energy overcharges As schools and academies across the country find ways to save money due to budget cuts, a Cumbrian Academy has achieved staggering savings on its energy bills. West Lakes Academy in Egremont, Cumbria, which opened in 2008, provides education to children from 11 to 18 years old. In 2012 they moved to brand new purpose-built facilities, but have since faced years battling with their energy…

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