Sustainable Energy For The Leisure Industry – Part 2

In part 1 we discussed the importance of understanding how hot water, heating and power demands can be cost-effectively brought into balance, and why hybrid systems are key to achieving long-term sustainability… As well as being able to be cost-effectively controlled, a hybrid system can also be optimised for CO₂ emissions by selecting the optimal …

Sustainable Energy For The Leisure Industry – Part 1

From hotel accommodation to restaurant kitchens, spas and swimming pools, leisure estates generate a wide range of electrical and heating demands. In terms of usage patterns, demands can be significant, often varied, but also constant, creating a complex range of challenging applications. Currently, around 40% of UK greenhouse gas emissions are accounted for by heating, …

Corrosion in Commercial Heating and Hot water Systems – 1

Part 1 – Recognising the Causes of Corrosion Most metals will deteriorate or corrode, sometimes to a more stable chemical state through oxidation or reduction. This occurs over time when metals are in direct contact with any water, rusted iron being the most familiar, but it can also affect copper, lead, aluminium, zinc, and numerous …

NHS sustainability

Caring for our Future

With the launch this January of the House of Common’s Climate Assembly UK which is tasked with bringing groups together to discuss achieving Net Zero targets, it was clear that much of the initial onus would fall on public sector organisations to become vocal in their support of the Government’s aims. There is a tremendous …

Adveco 2020 Product Overview Now Available

The 2020 Adveco Product Range brochure serves as a quick reference document covering a wide range of products and services provided by Adveco and A.O. Smith. The current range incorporates commercial hot water and heating equipment including: condensing gas water heaters; storage tanks, oil & electric water heaters; solar thermal; boiler cascade systems; stainless steel …

Adveco Extends MD Family

Range extension includes 10 new compact light commercial wall-mounted gas condensing boiler variants for central heating and DHW projects Highly efficient, cost-effective to run and rated for ultra-low emissions Compact and smart for no-nonsense installation and maintenance Hot water and heating specialist Adveco, adds 10 new high-efficiency wall-mounted models to its popular MD condensing gas …

Last chance to secure products, ancillaries and services at 2019 prices

Due to inflation and increased supplier costs Adveco/A.O.Smith Water Heaters has taken the decision to increase prices by 5% on all products, ancillaries & service charges.  The new prices will come into immediate effect on January 1st, 2020. If you would like to secure 2019 prices, then the following deals are available: 2019 prices can …

Balancing Sustainability and Commercial Heating Demands

Adveco’s Technical Director, Bill Sinclair,  considers the latest developments in commercial condensing MD boiler technology… Faced with balancing the business-critical need for space heating against stricter legislation and the demand for greater clarity of what they are doing to reduce emissions, how can UK commercial organisations better address the heating demands of their large buildings? …

Adveco named finalist in the 10th Anniversary Heating & Ventilation Review Awards

HR001 Heat Recovery Unit named finalist in Sustainable Product of the Year MD Boiler Range named finalist in Commercial Heating Product of the Year Adveco is proud to announce it has been named finalist in two categories in this, the tenth anniversary of the Heating & Ventilation Review (HVR) Awards. The HVR Awards celebrate the …

Adopting a streamlined approach for commercial building projects

As we fast approach the deadline for Brexit, the industry supporting the built environment, from construction to maintenance is braced for change. One key concern will be a widening skills gap, with the potential loss of skilled workers. Some have cited as many as one in five roles within construction alone will likely remain unfilled …