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Creda launches Proline towel rails in two fuel types

Creda has launched Proline towel rails in two fuel types. The Proline PE models is for electric systems and the Proline PW for wet systems. Offering professional standards of design and finish, the Proline range is styled to suit bath and shower-rooms in modern homes, contemporary refurbishments of all kinds and the exacting requirements of the hotel and leisure industries. Creda is offering the widest choice with electric and wet system towel... [more]

New family of compact digital multimeters from Fluke

Fluke has extended its 110 Series of rugged, compact, true-RMS digital multimeters (DMMs) with a family of four: The Fluke 117 is an electricians’ DMM with non-contact voltage detection. The Fluke 116 includes temperature and microamps measurement for HVAC engineers. The Fluke 115 has extra functions for field service testing and industrial applications. And the Fluke 114 is an electrical troubleshooting tool for residential and commercial applic... [more]

Fluke lauches two new kits for locating overheating electrical devices

Fluke is offering two new kits, containing a non-contact infrared thermometer, a choice of Clamp Meter or Voltage/Continuity/Current Tester and a Voltage Detector. The kits are suited for electricians, HVAC technicians and plant and facility maintenance personnel for locating overheating electrical devices, then for troubleshooting the electrical fault. Both kits give a significany saving compared with the cost of buying the products separate... [more]

New Stiebel Eltron Guide to heat pumps

Modern heat pumps save energy and reduce emissions. Heat is a basic human need. When considering heating, many people today think not only of economy, but also of the environment. The development of heat pumps has proven that you can certainly combine the two to excellent effect. Heat pumps utilise energy that is always available in the air, in water and underground and convert that energy into available heat. What is good about this method of yi... [more]

Energy sources for heat pumps

Energy sources for heat pumps can be varied: Heat source air Air heated by the sun is universally available. Even at temperatures as low as -20 °C, heat pumps yield sufficient heat from the outside air. However, air as heat source has the disadvantage that it is coldest when the highest heat demand persists. Although it is still possible to extract heat from air as cold as -20 °C, the heat pump coefficient of performance is, however, regressi... [more]

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