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Only 2% of homeowners have installed a dirt filter and/or air separator as an energy-saving measure

A new survey by Spirotech has discovered that whilst 86% of homeowners are concerned about a rise in their energy bills, very few are adopting technology for removing air and dirt from their heating system.  Over half of respondents had already kept their heating turned off for longer or turned it down to a lower […]

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Worcester Bosch launches new ‘Virtual Tech’ instant video calling platform

Worcester Bosch has announced the launch of Virtual Tech, its new video calling platform which enables installers to virtually speak to the company’s technical support team in real-time.   The platform is simple to use, with installers inputting their specialist installer number to create a link. The installer then receives a text, enabling them to access […]

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Vaillant launches all-new myVAILLANT Pro app

Vaillant has announced the launch of its all-new myVAILLANT Pro app, with an extended free-trial period. Running until April 2022, the free trial will mean Advance installers can take advantage of a single view of their installations, offer customers extra levels of service and support, and, most importantly, unlock potential new revenue streams. Allowing installers […]

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Is the UK media biased against hydrogen?

Rinnai’s Chris Goggin looks at some of the reasons why the UK media is favouring some energy pathways over others in the current era of transition to net zero: Turbulent times produce added information that turns out to be not wholly true but more of a disguised agenda. We are all aware of the use […]

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