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The problem with fruit flies

8th January 2018

With the snappy name Drosophila melanogaster, the common fruit fly or vinegar fly breeds quickly and lays many eggs. Being only 3-4mm long, including wings, this is a very small fly and it can avoid filters easily. Most filters ...
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Central Middlesex Hospital RABSCreen - BACTICELL Partnership

13th December 2017

It was an interesting request. “Do you do a mesh screen that can be inserted inside existing duct work i.e. create a frame and then cut a channel in the duct work to be able to fit it and maintain it?” With over 25 years’ expe ...
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Coil Maintenance is Crucial to Efficient Cooling Systems

8th November 2017

If you are involved with Building Services, you will recognise the above statement as one of the pre-cursors of effective PPM’s. It’s not just old systems that need cleaning. In fact, the newer and more efficient your HVAC syst ...
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Keeping your cool all year round: Managing your HVAC through the seasons

25th October 2017

Maintaining HVAC equipment is a challenge all year round. As the seasons change, so do the obstacles for building managers. Richard Betts, Founder of RABScreen, discusses the importance of protecting HVAC equipment and how a sim ...
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RABScreen exhibiting at the HVACR Show January 2018

5th October 2017

RABScreen will be at the HVACR Show between January 23rd and January 25th 2018.Working with our major distributor, GVS Filter Technology Limited, we will be showing new and innovative ways to combine the long-lasting RABScreen wit ...
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7 good reasons to use a RABScreen Filter

16th September 2017

1.       Air intake louvre dirty If the intake louvre is dirty then the intake ductwork will also be dirty reducing air supply and increasing the risk of bacteriological growth.  2.       Vermin mesh dirty Once the vermin mes ...
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The cost of disposable filtration

24th August 2017

Most people know that air handling equipment contains not just one, but multiple layers of filtration, each intended to cleanse to the 'fresh air' drawn into the building. In a typical air handling environment, the first line ...
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RABScreen and the GBR-DHD Deployment System

9th August 2017

Large Air Intake Screens In association with DHD Cooling we have introduced the new British engineered deployment system, with both manual and automatic activation. Manually the user simply uses the chain driven roller to raise ...
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Safety and Best Practice

18th July 2017

A major food manufacturer was running two Baltimore VX cooling towers at a site in West London. Upon advice from BAC these towers were fitted with side stream filtration to clean the sump water using their strainer basket method. ...
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Protecting HVAC Equipment Made Easy

17th July 2017

HVAC mechanical systems present a variety of challenges to facilities managers and probably cost more than any other item in the facilities budget.Representing a high percentage of capital costs and operating expenses in repairs, ...
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