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Using ventilation to fight COVID-19

Recognising the need for good ventilation in buildings is not new. In the mid-19th century, Florence Nightingale alerted us to the benefits of fresh air in her book, ‘Notes on

Natural refrigerants: The future of low carbon cooling

It is ironic that the very substance implicated in destroying the planet could also be its saviour… or at least be a powerful weapon in the fight against climate change.

An innovative approach to air conditioning

It’s rare to see organisations investing in a long shot because no company wants to fund failure. But have we become so risk averse that we are attracted to the

Cooling towers explained

Cooling towers are relatively simple yet ingenious pieces of technology which tend to be taken for granted by many people. Typically placed on the roofs of commercial buildings, they form

How bipolar ionization protects against pathogens

Airborne pathogens in offices can be significantly reduced by using effective air purification systems, according to a new independent report from the University of Lincoln. This important study reveals that

How an Air Handling Unit Works

Stage 1: Filtering outside air The air handling unit draws in outside air, which then passes over a filter. This removes any particles or pollutants, making the air cleaner and
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Classroom Temperature: How it Affects Learning

Scientific studies have revealed how room temperature can affect our learning potential. Research shows that studying in a room that is either too hot or too cold can reduce our
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Which commercial chiller is right for your business?

Choosing the right chiller for your business can be a tough decision; it’s a major financial investment and the success of your operations depends on making the right choice. A
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Why Chillers are Needed in the Manufacturing Industry

Chillers play a vital role in the manufacturing industry, as they keep the production equipment cool. Used in a variety of sectors and applications, they work by drawing heat away