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As an HVAC & Gas expert, you are fully confident with your work, but you would like to save time on the paperwork, data processing, and reporting?
This entry was posted in Gas, HVAC and Plumbing on April 23, 2019 by katalin.
Energy Related Products Directive (ErP) reflects the commitment of European Union to improve the air quality.
This entry was posted in Gas, HVAC and Plumbing on January 23, 2019 by katalin.
Whether it is time to upgrade your old Flue Gas Analyser or you just need a new model with more advanced features, this is the best time to surprise yourself with a great deal! PASS Ltd can help you now.
This entry was posted in Gas, HVAC and Plumbing on December 11, 2018 by katalin.
ANTON’s latest Water Stop Technology Stops Water Condensate damaging your FGA and is set to revolutionise the central heating and boiling industry!
With a thermal imager like the FLIR C3 in hand, HVAC specialist and plumbing professionals get to see heating and cooling issues in a very different way.
Every plumber and gas installer knows that when installing gas appliances in homes and buildings using a Flue Gas Analyser (FGA) is essential. They make sure that the appliance is working safely and that the installation is not producing any dangerous levels of harmful gases that may lethally escape into the atmosphere. Continue reading →
This entry was posted in Gas, HVAC and Plumbing on October 17, 2017 by katalin.
Electrical measurement equipment such as multimeters, resistors, power supplies and electrical testers are commonly used instruments that require periodical calibration, as well as process instruments advises Eddy Jones of calibrate.co.uk.
In a radiant flooring system, heat is provided by hot-water tubes or electric wires installed below the floor. As invisible thermal radiation rises it warms flooring material, which radiates this captured heat in turn. In new buildings with solid floors, the heating pipe is normally embedded in the floor screed.