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  • leak testing

    Reducing leakage

    As the HFC phase-down starts to bite, the Institute is relaunching its successful anti-leakage campaign REAL Zero. Secretary Miriam Rodway reports

  • legionella

    Are you ready for the regs?

    As of 1 September, the active ingredients in the biocides used to treat legionella and other pathogens in HVAC systems must be registered under the Biocidal Products Regulations. Steven Booth explains

  • big blue co2

    Big Blue’s smart solutions

    Component manufacturer Parker Hannifin has taken inspiration from chess supercomputers in setting up its new refrigeration test laboratory in Italy. Andrew Gaved reports

  • hilton docklands

    Time is tight

    Three months into an electrical fit-out at the Double Tree hotel at London Docklands, Syncore got the nod to install a full AC system incorporating 100 rooms

  • daikin cut out

    Low-profile lifestyle

    Daikin has reduced the height of its new VRV range to make them more suited for city facades. Martin Passingham explains why

  • a gas mobile

    Reporting for duty

    Refrigerant specialist A-Gas has developed a bespoke F-Gas reporting tool that offers contractors and end-users a range of tracking and documenting options. RAC reports

  • pipe

    It’s quite a charge

    Many new installations are adopting a secondary refrigeration system as a cost-effective and reliable alternative, says Rich Pedley

  • daikin

    Knowledge is king

    With more than 200 engineers having already completed Daikin’s R32 course at its training centre, RAC attended class to gain an insight and an engineer’s perspective. Julian Milnes reports

  • cityscape

    Planning for the future

    BSRIA’s recent White Paper, entitled Achieving Carbon Targets and Bridging the Skills Gap, has laid out a clear strategy to take the built environment forward

  • city scape

    A smart new world

    With the green agenda on the back foot due to global political and economic disharmony, corporations are set to dominate the smart-buildings sector, says Henry Lawson

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