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Category list : Air conditioning

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    CIBSE backs air con inspection logSubscription

    News15 March, 2010

    The Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers is backing a Government consultation to make it mandatory to log all air conditioning inspections.

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    Concerns over fall in air con assessmentsSubscription

    News30 September, 2009

    The Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers has launched an awareness campaign over new building energy performance regulations after contractors raised concerns over a fall in the number of air conditioning system assessments being carried out.

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    Air Conditioning Accessories launches specialist training for Sanyo’s CO2 technologySubscription

    News18 September, 2009

    Air Conditioning Accessories has launched specialist installer training for Sanyo’s carbon dioxide-based ECO heat pump heating system.

  • The Institute of Refrigeration has launched a new service for the refrigeration and air conditioning industry this month – the Air Conditioning and Heat Pump Institute.

    IOR to launch specialist air conditioning groupSubscription

    News14 September, 2009

    The Institute of Refrigeration has launched a new service for the refrigeration and air conditioning industry this month – the Air Conditioning and Heat Pump Institute.

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    Trane to put Aquastream chiller on the marketSubscription

    News27 August, 2009

    US air conditioning specialist Trane is to sell its hotly-anticipated chiller in Europe from next month.

  • Nicholas Cox

    The Wait is over - Hydrocarbons now looking RosySubscription

    Blog24 August, 2009

    Even the advocates of transcritical CO2, of which I am one, have never claimed that it is the silver bullet with which to kill off HFCs and the search for simpler alternatives has been a long on, says Nicholas Cox

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    UN Group advises against an HFC phase-outSubscription

    News20 August, 2009

    A climate working group of the United Nations Environment Programme has concluded that it will be impractical to pursue a complete phase-out of HFCs at the present time.

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    High charges expected as distributors bid to get back HCFC cylinders Subscription

    News20 August, 2009

    Firms holding virgin HCFC cylinders after the December 31 phase-out deadline are set to face increasingly heavy charges as the industry starts to clamp down on illegal use of the gas.

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    2012 games venues to shun HFCsSubscription

    News20 August, 2009

    The Olympic Delivery Authority plans not to use HFCs to cool its buildings for the 2012 Olympics, the Commission for a Sustainable London 2012 has said.

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    Aircon scrapping scheme to be introduced?Subscription

    Blog22 July, 2009

    RAC’s blogger blows hot then cold on a reworked version of the government’s car scrappage scheme for the air conditioning industry

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