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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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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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REHVA, the Federation of European HVAC Associations, has published the second review of its COVID-19 Guidance. The latest version focusses on the reopening and safe use of buildings and suggests mitigation measures on specific components and building types, including a document on how to reopen schools, the use of fan coils with recirculation, and minimising...
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Mechanical ventilation with heat recovery (MVHR) has been around for over 50 years but it is still a relatively new technology to the Irish market. For some reason when heat recovery units (HRVs) first emerged in any kind of volume on the Irish market in 2005, they were not taken on by the traditional ventilation...
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