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  • TOMRA Sorting showcases sensor-based waste sorting systems at IFAT Africa 2017

    Industry pioneer and manufacturer of high-efficiency waste and metal sorting systems TOMRA Sorting is pleased to announce its attendance at IFAT Africa 2017, taking place in Johannesburg, South Africa from September 12 – 14, 2017. TOMRA Sorting will feature its latest sorting solutions in Hall 5, Stand 17 (German pavilion). Staff will be available to share in-depth recycling expertise and ...


    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH.

  • The Heat is On

    Opting for underfloor heating instead of traditional radiators in his conservatory has enabled Chas Smith, a retired export manager from Chippenham, to use his conservatory all year round – including on the coldest day of the year. Chas installed the OSMA UFH system plates design from Wavin Plastics – a UK leader in water management solutions – in the 4x3 meter space in just five hours, ...


  • HVAC a primary driver of energy-efficiency jobs

    HVAC named one of four technologies stimulating energy-efficient job growth According to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), American energy-efficiency jobs are on the rise. Per the DOE’s second annual “National Energy Employment Analysis,” a total of 6.4 million Americans now work in the traditional energy and energy-efficiency industries. More than 300,000 net ...


    By Evapco Inc.

  • The connected heating

    Also heating systems can communicate with manufacturers and customers via the internet. Machine-to-Machine (M2M) respectively Internet of Things (IoT) technology enables the trend of equipping heating systems with communication modules to let them exchange information with smartphones and PCs. Today we take a look at modern heating solutions with a high degree of customer interaction, discuss ...

  • Protea Heated Gas Sampling System

    For heated gas sampling from up to 4 separate sample points, Protea’s Heated Stream Selection Module (HSSM) is a ready to use 19" rack interface that can be used with Protea’s range of multigas FTIR analysers or any other industrial gas instrumentation.  The standard HSSM includes a bank of 4 heated solenoid valves with 1 common outlet, allowing each of the sample ...


    By Protea Limited

  • Komax Systems, Inc. Launches a Jacketed Heat Exchanger for Sludge Heating

    Komax Systems, Inc. Launches a Jacketed Heat Exchanger for Sludge Heating Non-fouling Klean-Wall™ Static Mixer Heat Exchanger provides the best solution for sludge and slurry heating and cooling applications Wilmington, CA--Komax Systems, the leader in static mixer heat exchangers announces the release of a non-clogging high efficiency sludge heat exchanger. This heat exchanger is ...


    By Komax Systems, Inc.

  • TINAs: Examining the potential of bioenergy, heat pumps, heat networks and heat storage

    Low carbon technologies have been put under the spotlight with the publication of two in-depth reports into key areas of innovation. This new analysis, under the Technology Innovation Needs Assessments (TINAs), delves into ...


    By Carbon Trust

  • How to Set up a Heat Stress Monitoring System

    It’s summer time and it is HOT outside! Make sure you are taking care of your employees that work in these extreme heat environments. Warning: Extreme heat levels can increase workers’ risk to injuries and lead to more serious health issues such as heat stroke, heat exhaustion, heat syncope, heat cramps, heat rashes, or death.  Heat stress prevention starts with ...


    By Raeco Rents

  • Businesses find savings in Combined Heat and Power Systems

    Businesses and organizations across the country are saving money and reducing their environmental footprint by using combined heat and power (CHP) technology in their buildings. These highly efficient systems simultaneously produce electricity and heat from a single fuel source, often resulting in reduced energy costs. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) CHP Partnership helps ...

  • Cremation kilns with heat recovery and gases cleaning system

    Kalfrisa undertakes the supply, in Spain and other European countries, of several cremation kilns for the funeral sector that incorporates, on one hand, a heat recovery system to reduce fuel consumption (SES: Save Energy System) and, on the other hand, a gases cleaning system to comply with imminent European environmental regulations related to emissions reduction. Kalfrisa so develops, in just ...


    By Kalfrisa, S.A.

  • In Seattle waste heat is being recovered to heat buildings

    David Ferris reports in EnergyWire on creative waste heat recovery in Seattle Wash.. First he updates the progress of Amazon’s new campus in the Denny Triangle, which will be heated by otherwise wasted heat generated by a data center in the Westin Building across the street; then he describes the use of waste heat from the air conditioning system ...

  • Easy integration of industrial heating processes into automated systems

    Two new product lines for controlling electrical heating elements in 230 V and 400 V/480 V networks: Siplus HCS4200 and HCS4300 Industrial heating processes integrated in TIA Portal: simplified engineering, effective diagnosis and parameterization New heating control systems from Siemens switch and control heating panels and elements in industrial applications: Siplus HCS4200 is ...


    By Siemens AG

  • Social Housing to get low carbon heating systems

    A £10 million scheme aimed at getting low carbon forms of heating like biomass boilers, solar hot water panels and heat pumps  into the homes of social housing tenants across Great Britain opens to applications today. Following the success of the first social landlord competition under the Renewable Heat Premium Payment Scheme last year, DECC has today launched a bigger and better ...

  • Heat network innovation competition

    DECC announced winning bidders earlier this year and now the successful projects will start testing their technology with the aim of improving the performance of heat networks and encouraging the use of renewable heat sources. The projects, which include the using smart ...

  • Village switches to green heating

    Last month, during his climate-protection tour under the slogan “Work, environment – innovation”, Sigmar Gabriel, the German environment minister, visited the biogas production unit at Tangeln, in Saxony-Anhalt, in order to officially open a biological heating system for houses. He stressed the commitment of the householders of Tangeln and the local biological heat cooperative Tangeln is setting ...


  • Smart home heating and cooling

    Original story at MIT News Smart temperature-control devices — such as thermostats that learn and adjust to pre-programmed temperatures — are poised to increase comfort and save energy in homes. Now MIT spinout Ecovent is further refining this technology with an automated system of vents and sensors that allows ...

  • Heat scheme hots up

    Umbrella company and holiday cottages are first two successful applicants to low carbon heating incentive Umbrella supplier Booth Brothers in Sheffield entered the history books today by becoming one of the first places in the UK to get the government’s Renewable Heat Incentive. Its offices, housed in an 18th century former corn mill in Penistone, will be kept warm through an ...

  • Oil Heating Market Overview

    A tuffa firestop bunded oil tank can be sited in any locality where building regulations apply requiring fire protection to an oil storage tank. This range of tank is a recognised registered system by local authority building control (labc regigistration reference  rd531210a & rd531210b The heating oil and other "off-grid" forms of energy market is to be investigated by the Office of ...


    By Tuffa UK Limited

  • Combined Heat and Power in Ireland

    The cogeneration of electricity and heat is referred to as combined heat and power (CHP). CHP is highly fuel efficient as over 90% of the energy contained within the fuel can be converted into useful power. A consumer of electricity and heat normally has two main choices for their power needs. Their first option is to buy the ...


    By Clarke Energy

  • Even soil feels the heat

    Twenty years of field studies reveal that as the Earth has gotten warmer, plants and microbes in the soil have given off more carbon dioxide. So-called soil respiration has increased about one-tenth of 1 percent per year since 1989, according to an analysis of past studies in this week's issue of Nature. The scientists also calculated the total amount of carbon dioxide flowing from soils, which ...

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