Ireland's only dedicated building services engineering journal
Ireland's only dedicated building services engineering journal

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Pat Lehane
Founded in 2001, Advanced Technical Products (ATP)  has marked two decades in busines with an updated website, an online purchasing facility, and now the publication of a specially-designed corporate brochure. ATP is a leading supplier of quality brands to the HVAC and MEP industries, and complements this with design advice and technical support. The new...
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CJK has acquired McGrattan & Kenny and will form a new mechanical and electrical engineering services group projected to have combined 2021 revenues of G45 million. The formation of the new group will create an additional 100 jobs over three years, bringing the total complement to 360 people by 2024. The senior management teams in...
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Chris Satell has been appointed Commercial, Industrial & Ventilation Manager at Hevac. He has more than 20 years’ experience in the HVAC-R industry, beginning with a refrigeration engineering apprenticeship, and more recently completing a business management degree. Over the years he has progressed through service and installation, to project/contract management and design and sales roles,...
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Tristan Healy, who has served as a ventilation specialist with S&P Ireland for the past eight years, has now been appointed Managing Director of the company with immediate effect. Healy has extensive experience in the ventilation sector and assumes his new role at a very challenging, though nonetheless exciting, time not just for S&P Ireland...
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In December 2019, and after nearly five years of negotiations, the European Commission published the Single Lighting Regulation (SLR) (i.e. Ecodesign Regulation for lighting) and the Energy Labelling Regulation (ELR). The SLR and the ELR will apply from 1 September 2021, except for the removal of labelling requirements for luminaires which already took effect on...
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The US Environmental Protection Agency explains that increasing outdoor air ventilation helps reduce the concentration of airborne contaminants, including viruses. Increased ventilation also reduces surface contamination by removing some virus particles before they have the chance to land on surfaces. The World Health Organisation also believes that understanding and controlling ventilation can “reduce the risk...
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This is the third article in the series of six by Paul McCormack, detailing the advantages of digitalisation for the built environment and why companies must engage in the process to secure sustainable growth and success. This final piece in Part 1 of the series, “The Tools”, builds on the previous digitalisation and BIM articles...
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Calling all plumbers/installers looking to refresh or build your knowledge on shower pumps. Grundfos Ireland is holding a live webinar on Tuesday 31 Aug at 12pm all about shower pump application, installation and troubleshooting. Can’t make it? Register and get the recording so you can watch on demand. For more info and to register, click...
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Bernice Reid has realised a long-held career move in being appointed Internal Sales and Specifications Representative for Hevac. She studied economics at university and first entered the commercial heating industry in 2006. Over the years she has gained considerable experience in the sector and is especially proficient in the application of radiators, radiant panels and...
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Training and education is a core value of the Electrical Industries Federation of Ireland (EIFI) and so it is no surprise that the Federation has played a pivotal role in the newly-launched Engineering Skillnet Business Network.
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