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October 5, 2018
SmartAir Solutions Edinburgh

HVAC Specialist, SmartAir Solutions, Expands into Edinburgh

SmartAir Solutions has expanded its services to Edinburgh.  A full range of HVAC services will be on offer within Edinburgh city and surrounding areas, including Air Conditioning, Refrigeration, HVAC Design & Installation and Emergency Call Outs. SmartAir Solutions was formed in January 2016. The firm has enjoyed steady growth after […]
September 17, 2018
How to ensure your HVAC systems are compliant with F Gas regulations

How to ensure your HVAC systems are compliant with the latest F gas regulations

The regulations regarding the use of F gases (Fluorinated greenhouse gases) have been made tougher since new legislation in 2017, and there are further regulations in the pipeline for 2020. F gases are commonly used in refrigeration and air conditioning systems, especially gases HFC404A, HFC410A and HFC134a. The requirements for […]
May 22, 2018
s your air conditioning ready for summer?

Is your air conditioning ready for summer?

Summer is on its way, but how do you avoid ‘sticky’ days in the office with overheated rooms and baking colleagues itching to get the day over so they can get outside and cool down?  Poor air conditioning is usually the culprit for this, so getting this right could be […]
October 25, 2017
Energy efficient convenience store

Tops tips for convenience stores to be energy efficient

With bills rising, it’s a no-brainer that you’d want your convenience store to be energy efficient. But how do you ensure you’re using the minimum amount of electricity whilst creating the welcoming, warm and appealing environment that will draw customers in and keep them coming back?   Here are some […]
September 28, 2017
air conditioning health & safety

How to keep on top of air conditioning health & safety risks

Autumn is on its way and the nip in the air has arrived.  As the air temperatures outside start to slide, so woo will any uncontrolled air temperatures in the workplace. And as they decrease, the more employers and hospitality business owners need to keep on top of air conditioning […]
September 1, 2017
Co-op fridge doors

How the Co-op knocked £50m a year off energy bills with one simple measure

Have you ever noticed something different when walking down the chilled food aisles in your local Co-op food store?  They are not as chilly as other supermarkets. And for one simple reason: they’ve fridge doors on nearly all their refrigeration units. Co-op: First to introduce Fridge Doors Back in 2010, […]
August 7, 2017
Too hot? Don't Open a Window

Too Hot? Don’t Open a Window…

Summer is here and workplaces are hotting up. If you’re at work and the room is too hot, there is always the temptation to react by letting some ‘fresh air’ in by opening a window or a door. But think twice, because this may not be the best alternative to […]
July 5, 2017
Wimbledon blog SmartAir Solutions

Why office workers can have an advantage over Andy Murray

Wimbledon hits our screens once again this week. Tennis is one of those sports where maintaining optimum mental concentration throughout the match is important for making the right decisions to win. But as each match progresses it gets harder because the competitors’ brains are fighting with the rest of their […]
June 15, 2017
Smart Air Refrigeration

How to put refrigeration Health & Safety risks on ice

Health & Safety law and regulations have evolved over the years to protect everyone in the workplace and have been brought about as a result of actual incidents in which people have been harmed. So, apart from the threat of prosecution if you get it wrong, there’s also a risk […]
August 17, 2018
no refrigerators, no supermarkets

No Refrigerators, No Supermarkets

Did you know? Without refrigerators, there would be no supermarkets in the UK? Refrigerators are the main reason for supermarkets in the UK being part of our every-day life. There are around 10,000 stores nationwide and refrigeration has made this possible.   How? Without refrigerated trucks, supermarkets would struggle get supplies […]