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  • Stewart Clements

    The future of domestic heatSubscription

    Opinion3 June, 2016

    HHIC director Stewart Clements peers into the crystal ball

  • Martyn Bridges

    Installers must take security seriouslySubscription

    Opinion4 April, 2016

    As more and more of the devices in our lives are connected to the internet, it is likely that digital security will be in the spotlight for some time to come. Worcester, Bosch Group’s Martyn Bridges examines how installers can best advise their customers when it comes to internet-enabled controls

  • Martin Cooke is technical manager for EOGB Energy Products

    Considerations when switching fuel sourcesSubscription

    Opinion28 March, 2016

    Martin Cooke, technical manager for EOGB Energy Sources, discusses the potential problems when switching from kerosene to gas oil

  • Alisdair Cumming is Baxi’s research and development manager

    Understanding the product testing processSubscription

    Opinion23 March, 2016

    Baxi’s Alisdair Cumming looks at why installers should investigate the testing process during a boiler’s development

  • Des Dolan

    ​Designing for thermal movement in pipeworkSubscription

    Opinion11 March, 2016

    Durapipe’s Des Dolan looks at the various options for designing thermal movement into pipework, regardless of the challenges of the installation

  • Thorsten Niehoff is technical director for Kampmann UK

    ​Sophistication in trench heating and coolingSubscription

    Opinion4 March, 2016

    Kampmann technical director Thorsten Niehoff looks at the new standard for trench heating and cooling and the implications for the industry

  • Gary Stoddart

    Oversized CHP will not performSubscription

    Opinion25 February, 2016

    CHP can help building owners reduce their carbon emissions and energy costs – but in order for optimum savings to be achieved, units must be sized correctly. But the oversizing of CHP is an all too common problem, according to SenerTec’s Gary Stoddart

  • Brad Kuhmley

    Upgrade your pressure or fit a booster pump?Subscription

    Opinion19 February, 2016

    The Hamilton Group’s Brad Kuhmley looks at the options available to boost domestic water pressure

  • Andrew Sargant

    Fire dampers could be a risky businessSubscription

    Opinion5 February, 2016

    Advanced Air general manager Andrew Sargent looks at the problems an installer could face should a fire damper installation not be put in place in exactly the way it was tested

  • Mike Hefford

    Addressing lack of efficiency in heat pumpsSubscription

    Opinion20 January, 2016

    As the focus increases on cutting carbon emissions, Remeha Commercial’s Mike Hefford argues that it is vital to address the efficiency of heat pumps

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