air conditioning

The Future of Air Conditioning – How to capitalise on the opportunities ahead

Most industries across the UK have seen unprecedented change over the last twelve months, and the air conditioning market is no different. Changes to the conventional office environment, legislation and the rise of smart technology have all influenced the industry and contractors need to be aware of what to expect. Richard Miles, Category Manager at […]

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Worcester Bosch launches new Climate 3000i air conditioning unit

Worcester Bosch has announced the launch of its new Climate 3000i air conditioning unit. The manufacturer is diversifying its product range to ensure it can offer a full range of technologies for evolving user needs, with premium level performance, design and features. The Climate 3000i is one such example, a sophisticated air conditioning unit that […]

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Webinar: The fundamentals of evaporative cooling and how to adapt your skillset to grow your business

Are you a contractor working with Commercial/industrial clients providing heating?  Do you pass on opportunities for Air-conditioning, opening the door to your competitors?  Perhaps you’re an air-conditioning contractor competing in the ‘refrigerant’ based market that would benefit from a more environmentally-friendly alternative. Tune into this live webinar on Wednesday 21 April at 12pm where you […]

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A new lifestyle framework for sustainability

Our world is changing in ways we could never have imagined just a few months ago.  Our fast-track shift into a ‘new normal’ has many implications for the old framework for sustainability, and it is already evident in the world of air conditioning. Kelly Butler, Group Marketing Director of Aspen Pumps Group, explores how behaviours […]

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Coronavirus update – Air conditioning and ventilation

The HSE has issued an update concerning air conditioning and ventilation during the coronavirus outbreak: Air conditioning The risk of air conditioning spreading coronavirus (COVID-19) in the workplace is extremely low. You can continue using most types of air conditioning system as normal. But, if you use a centralised ventilations system that removes and circulates […]

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