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Delayed Deadlines Offer Room for Greener, Practical Heating Solutions

Stuart Gizzi, CEO of Inta shares his thoughts about changing Net Zero deadlines: Business needs certainty, whether you’re a jobbing plumber getting to grips with new heat pump technology or you’re a manufacturer like us, developing and making the peripherals that make them easy to fit. Everyone needs to plan for change, and right now […]

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The hard truth: why a softener doesn’t always mean improved water quality

Stuart Gizzi, Director of Inta, looks at why installing a water softener doesn’t always mean improved water quality: Most of the UK has hard water – and with hard water comes limescale. It furs up the central heating system and kettle, scales up taps and shower heads and can make appliances such as washing machines less […]

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IntaKlean Maxi commercial range of magnetic filters can protect heating systems this winter

With winter fast approaching, facilities managers in care homes, hospitals, schools and colleges will be checking that the boiler rooms can cope with the demands of the coldest season of the year. Keeping the heating systems in optimal condition ensures that they run efficiently and also helps to control running costs. However, it is the […]

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Inta says “caution very hot water” signs are no excuse after tragic scalding death

Stuart Gizzi from anti-scald manufacturer Inta, explains why “Caution very hot water” signs are no excuse for scalding death. We know about bathtime scalding. Since 2002 when we launched our company with what has become Britain’s best selling anti-scald valve, we have innovated to make products better, cheaper and easier to fit and we have campaigned […]

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Lack of anti-scalding device to blame for death of elderly resident at a nursing home

Anti-scald manufacturer, Intatec, is reminding care home owners the importance in protecting against fatal bathtime scalding, following news of the death of an elderly resident at a nursing home in Middlesex. Old Wall Cottage Nursing Home pleaded guilty to breaching Section 3(1) of the Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974, and has been […]

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