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  • Introduction to radiator valves
    Thermostatic radiator valves (TRV) consist of two parts: a sensor and a valve. The sensor monitors room temperature and adjusts the valve in order to control the flow of hot water to the radiator. If it’s too cold, it...
  • Introduction to secure equipment stores
    Secure equipment stores are lockable enclosures that are used for the storage of equipment in external or remote areas where there is a potential security risk. They are often used for tools, landscape machinery and...
  • Introduction to kitchen / bathroom extractor fans
    Kitchen / bathroom fans provide extraction and ventilation of damp, humid air. They are typically used in domestic properties or shared accommodation such as student residences. Extract fans usually have a centrifugal or...
  • Introduction to pumping stations
    Packaged pumping stations are installed where the gravity drainage of surface water, wastewater or sewage is not possible. They 'lift' the liquid concerned to the requisite height, either into the drains or a septic tank.
  • Introduction to ventilation fans
    Ventilation fans are designed for air supply, air extract or air supply and extract functions. Models are available for a host of applications in the residential, commercial (including IT and telecomms), and industrial...
  • Introduction to radiant heaters
    Radiant heaters are used to heat buildings where a convection heater , such as radiators or trench heating, would not be suitable. They are typically specified for large areas such as sports halls, industrial buildings,...
  • Introduction to combined heat and power
    Combined heat and power (CHP) , also known as co-generation, is a technology that simultaneously generates heat and electrical power from a single source. sate heat from the power generator is captured via a heat exchanger,...
  • Introduction to diffusers and grilles
    Diffusers and grilles are used to provide a covering to ventilation terminals. They are typically found where air conditioning or extraction systems are installed such as in hotels, offices, schools and other public...
  • Introduction to enclosures / housings / cabinets
    Enclosures, housings and cabinets are used for storing or protecting electrical equipment or industrial machinery. Smaller units provide secure storage and protection from the elements for equipment such as meters and...
  • Introduction to air conditioners
    Air conditioning equipment can form part of HVAC systems in commercial, industrial, leisure and residential settings. Air-con plant may be for cooling only, or provide heating and cooling as required. Comfort air...
  • Introduction to radiators
    Radiators work as part of central heating or local room heating systems. Different heat outputs, wattages and IP ratings suit them to particular applications in domestic, commercial and public buildings. Sculptural radiators...
  • Introduction to smoke / fire / air vents
    Smoke, fire and air vents are used for the extraction and ventilation of air or smoke from a building. They are often referred to as automatic opening ventilators (AOVs). During a fire, they open to vent smoke out of the...
  • Introduction to fabric ducting
    Fabric / textile ducting is an alternative to traditional steel or aluminium ductwork. Fabric ducting was developed as a draught-free air distribution system. It suits applications with a hygiene requirement, such as...
  • Introduction to flush controls
    Flush controls for suitable use with WCs or urinals in public toilets. Push buttons / pads are a discreet alternative to traditional lever handles and are available with a water-saving, dual flush mechanism. Hands-free...
  • Introduction to HVACR controls
    HVACR controls allow building owners and occupiers to tailor environmental conditions to their users' precise requirements. A good control system will be easy to use and install, ensure consistent operation of heating, air...