Monthly Archives: July 2016

Getting Ducting Right

Any ventilation system is reliant on the type of ducting used to ensure its effective running. Problems with ducting including the slumping of flexible ducting, the wrong type of joints and leaking ducts can lead to problems with the system’s … Continue reading

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Emergency Lighting & Fire Safety

It is a legal requirement for any public building to have an emergency lighting system and there are clear guidelines provided by The British Standard (BS 5266-1:2011). Employers who fail to maintain their buildings to this standard can find themselves … Continue reading

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TM44 Air Conditioning Assessments

Both building managers and owners that have an air conditioning system installed should be aware that they are responsible for obtaining an assessment report if their AC system has a cooling capacity greater than 12kw.  This report is referred to … Continue reading

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What Affect Will The Brexit Vote Have On The Air Conditioning Industry?

Without any doubt, the UK’s vote to leave the European Union has been the most divisive issue of our generation. It is true of course that the decision ‘could’ have far-reaching consequences for our everyday lives and for the industry … Continue reading

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