Local Control (AirMaster)

For classrooms, we recommend using a local control panel (Airlinq Viva for single units and Airlinq Orbit for multiples) with an integrated CO₂ sensor installed within the master unit.  For rooms of intermittent occupancy, we recommend using a local control panel (Airlinq Viva for single units and Airlinq Orbit for multiples) with an integrated or […]

LoadTracker XRGI 9G CHP

High efficiency combined heat and power (CHP) unit with maximum rating of 9 kW(e) / 19 kW(th). Can modulate down to 50% load, = 4.5kW(e) / 12 kW(th).  Offered with 4 main components: Power unit, comprising gas-fired engine and generator.  Heat distributor assembly, for ease of interfacing with building heating systems.  Control panel, for matching […]

LoadTracker XRGI 6G CHP

High efficiency combined heat and power (CHP) unit with maximum rating of 6kW(e) / 12 kW(th). Can modulate down to 50% load, = 3 kW(e) / 8 kW(th).  Offered with 4 main components: Power unit, comprising gas-fired engine and generator.  Heat distributor assembly, for ease of interfacing with building heating systems.  Control panel, for matching […]

LoadTracker XRGI 20G CHP

High efficiency combined heat and power (CHP) unit with maximum rating of 20kW(e) / 40 kW(th). Can modulate down to 50% load, = 10kW(e) / 26 kW(th).  Offered with 4 main components: Power unit, comprising gas-fired engine and generator.  Heat distributor assembly, for ease of interfacing with building heating systems.  Control panel, for matching of […]

LoadTracker XRGI 15G CHP

High efficiency combined heat and power (CHP) unit with maximum rating of 15kW(e) / 30 kW(th). Can modulate down to 50% load, = 7.5kW(e) / 20 kW(th).  Offered with 4 main components: Power unit, comprising gas-fired engine and generator.  Heat distributor assembly, for ease of interfacing with building heating systems.  Control panel, for matching of […]

Lean heat network design in Bristol

Our thanks to all who attended our recent CIBSE-accredited CPD presentation on Lean Heat Network design in Bristol, an area where district heating/block heating is proving to be the ideal solution for many projects

Lower temperatures for higher efficiency

With the move to using a mix of different heat sources to achieve low carbon heating, system operating temperatures have become increasingly important. Lars Fabricius explains why: In recent years there has been a move to combining a number of different heat sources within a heating system.

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