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

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Last year, the European Commission announced its commitment to delivering on its energy efficiency and carbon reduction objectives through its new Green Deal proposition. This Europewide undertaking is of course excellent news and sets out a “road map” for the suggested improvements.
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This guidance provision proved so popular on the two occasions it was presented in 2019 that a third course is scheduled to take place at the BPMA’s training facility in West Bromwich on, Tuesday, 11 February, 2020
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While the ErP Directive required that uncontrolled pumps were to cease being manufactured from the end of December 2012, it is a concern that non-compliant pumps are still available — more than two years later — in the Irish marketplace.
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Eurofluid Handling Systems, now in its 25th year of business, has a wealth of pump industry experience and technical know-how. It is constantly evolving, offering its customers the latest, most efficient, technologies in both heating and hot water.
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Back in January 2013 we were all waiting for the EU’s Energy Related Products (ErP) Directive to kick in and change forever the way circulating pumps were specified and installed. But would it have the desired effect? Would it make a huge dent in emissions across Europe and help the Irish and other Governments to...
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The thing about pumps is that they are everywhere … in boilers, solar thermal systems, heat pumps, micro CHP, etc. So, if told that they could save 70% on power consumption by switching to a high efficiency Class A circulating pump, would your customers be interested?
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