air quality

How to improve the quality of air in our homes

Oliver Collins, Channel Marketing Manager, Mitsubishi Electric, takes a look at indoor air quality in UK buildings, and the role of installers in providing healthy air: The Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) has previously called for buildings to be ‘safe havens’ that protect occupants from the negative impacts of air pollution and advocated for good […]

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Three critical ventilation measures to protect pupils from ‘alarmingly poor’ school air quality, says Elta

With nearly nine out of ten new school sites above the World Health Organisation (WHO) targets on major air pollutants, Elta is urging decision makers for schools’ building services to address the problem through a ‘three-step’ process to ventilation specification and maintenance. The callout follows a study led by researchers from Evelina London Children’s Hospital and […]

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Panasonic launches next generation of Air Purification: Panasonic Air Conditioners with nanoe™X Mark 3

Panasonic has made a name for itself in the field of air purification technology with its nanoe™X technology. Now, Panasonic has launched the first units with its Mark 3 technology incorporated: the MY3 VRF cassette and Etherea wall-mounted air conditioners. After the end of cooling or heating operation, the inside of the units is automatically […]

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Advice on Part F of the Building Regulations for Commercial and Industrial Buildings

With the amended Part F of the Building Regulations coming into effect from 15th June 2022, Vent-Axia is offering advice on the changes for commercial and industrial clients. With Part F (Means of Ventilation) focusing heavily on health and wellbeing, a key addition to the document is a new section on monitoring indoor air quality […]

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Resideo introduces two new Air Quality Products

The UK Government has recently responded to a consultation on proposals to extend the current Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm (England) Regulations 2015. As part of the changes, it is proposed that carbon monoxide alarms will be mandatory upon installation of any heating appliance (excluding gas cookers) in all tenures through building regulations. Resideo has […]

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