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Kingspan - Which Pipe Supports Are You Specifying? Featured Video
Over the course of any major project, service engineers may have to install thousands of pipe clamps/clips across a building. When working with these supports, it is important to ensure there is a layer of insulation material between the metal clip and the pipework to prevent heat transfer. The short video below explains why insulated pipe supports should be used and refers to the guidance set out in BS 5970:2012 (Thermal insulation of pipework...Click to Watch
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LG Electronics - Plumbase First Major Merchant Group to Stock LG Therma V...
Plumbase, with more than 150 branches nationwide, has become the first major merchant group to stock LG’s range of air to water heat pumps. With immediate effect the LG Therma V range of heat pumps – its R32 Monobloc, its Splits and High Temperature splits - will be available across the UK. Following a Government announcement that gas boilers will not be allowed in new build developments post 2025, future heating options are up for discussion...Read More
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Tracetek TT-FFS-WR Fast Fuel Sensor
Protect wet environments from liquid hydrocarbon leaks with the accurate, fast-responding and water resistant tracetek Fast Fuel Sensor. Tracetek Fast Fuel Sensors (FFS) are fast acting sensors designed to detect hydrocarbon fuel. The sensor ignores water but detects a thin film of fuel floating on the surface. Reaction time for the sensor is typically a few seconds for light or middle-weight fuels such as gasoline, jet fuel and diesel...Read More
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DMS - Our New Water Meter is Making a Splash in the Industry!
The new Ultramis Ultrasonic Water Meter, has been designed and manufactured to the highest quality standards - the composite body ensure that none of the materials made of heavy metals come into contact with water. The standard version of this range are fully waterproof and IP680 compliant. The structure of the measurement chamber also makes them resistant to hydrodynamic impact. The Ultramis product range includes...Read More
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Waterloo Air Products - Air Hidden in the Shadows
The new High Flow Diffusers from Waterloo Air Products PLC have been created so that architects can incorporate a shadow gap feature and hide air terminal devices from view. This follows trends in architecture to create vents, grilles and diffusers that make it easier for architects to complement their designs. The new diffusers are available in a single slot with three different sized slots to choose from as standard. As with all...Read More
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SPC - Metropolitan Fan Assisted Electric Units
A trench heating solution for every application Trench heating is the ideal solution in spaces which use large areas of glazing, where wall space is minimal or where an unobtrusive heating system is particularly important. However, because traditional Trench Units require pipework and a low temperature water heating system, there are applications where traditional trench systems are not viable. In these situations, electric trench heating...Read More
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Purus Matt Black: the Brand-New Range of Beautiful Grates for Purus' Linear...
Purus Limited, the manufacturer of wetroom drainage and level-access floor gullies, are launching their brand-new product range: Purus Matt Black. The stunning new range of drainage gully grates with a matt black finish are designed to work with their popular Purus Line linear wetroom drains. Available now, Purus' beautiful grates have a subtle matt finish, allowing you to add a unique black touch to any modern bathroom space...Read More
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