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The Donna Louise Hospice receives generous donation from TF Solutions and Fujitsu General Air Conditioning UK

The Donna Louise Hospice receives generous donation from TF Solutions and Fujitsu General Air Conditioning UK

TF Solutions have partnered with Fujitsu General Air Conditioning UK, along with Pump House and Connex Banninger Maxipro, to supply and install a Heat Recovery VRF air conditioning system at The Donna Louise Children’s Hospice in Staffordshire.

Taking its name from a young local girl, Donna Louise Hackney, who sadly died from a life-limiting condition at the age of sixteen, The Donna Louise Children’s Hospice was first registered as a charity in 1999; responding to the need for a children’s hospice for both Staffordshire and Cheshire.  Fundraising allowed for a community nursing team to be established in 2002; providing care for children and families in their homes.  In August 2003 the doors opened on a purpose-built and fully equipped hospice to ensure that a high-quality palliative care service is available in the local area.

TF Solutions is one of the largest distributors of air conditioning and refrigeration equipment in the UK and has supported The Donna Louise Hospice as their nominated charity over the last 10 years, through numerous fundraising events. Supported by an array of volunteers, this donation is the second occasion that TF Solutions have collaborated with long-term partner Fujitsu General Air Conditioning UK to supply and install air conditioning equipment into the hospice; the first being back in 2015.

Dedicating time to install the project, Simon Dunkley, Managing Director of The Air Conditioning Company said: “It’s such a pleasure to be able to give time and resource to assist with such a worthy cause.  The installation serves a mixture of bedrooms, bathrooms, hallways and offices.  Ducted units were used and located in the loft space to allow any service activities to take place in the future, without having to disturb any families occupying quite sensitive areas.”

Speaking about the system selection, Ian Carroll, Chief Operating Officer, Fujitsu General Air Conditioning UK said:  “The adjustable external static pressure on each of the ducted units meant that the air movement through each room could be carefully set to the most appropriate level, creating a noise and draught free environment. Individual control was provided to each area for complete localisation in terms of environment.  Being a not-for-profit organisation, operating costs are always a primary concern for The Donna Louise Children’s Hospice, so the highly efficient Airstage VR-II Heat Recovery system was ideal. This is much more cost effective than an alternative wet heating system; with the added benefit of the cooling aspect, will create a perfect comfort level all year round”

Jane Jones, Head of Care at The Donna Louise Hospice said: “This amazing gift has made such a big difference to the children, young people and families.  The staff love it too! Many of the children who spend a lot of time in wheelchairs get so warm and uncomfortable. Many suffer from painful muscles and can’t sleep well due to overheating, but not anymore.” She continued; “We have had such positive comments from parents, all saying what a generous gift this is.

The team from TF Solutions and their helpers were so friendly and accommodating and really put the needs of the children and young people first; often changing their plans at short notice. A big thank you to all involved, we really are bowled over by your generosity and support.”

Both Fujitsu and TF Solutions are proud to sponsor such a worthy cause. Andy Cherrill, Managing Director, TF Solutions said: “Each time we do something to support this fantastic Hospice it makes me extremely proud.  As before we have called upon others to support TF in making this installation happen and I can’t thank enough Fujitsu, my team here at TF and the very generous group of customers who gave up their time to help.  Visiting the Hospice is always a wonderful experience, meeting the children, families and staff, who are always so happy and full of life. Continuing to do anything to make the children more comfortable through challenging times is what TF will endeavour to do. “

TF Solutions would like to thank all other companies involved for the time given to the project: 316 Building Services Ltd, Active AI, Bailey Air Conditioning, Castle Climate, Climate and Power.

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Fujitsu General Air Conditioning UK can be found on Stand 109

5000th installation celebrated with donation to Buckinghamshire Mind

5000th installation celebrated with donation to Buckinghamshire Mind

5000th installation celebrated with charity donation

Students spend many of their formative years in school and around 70% of that time is spent indoors. A comfortable environment supports students to achieve their potential and obtain the best possible results. Using the correct ventilation solution enables good air quality to be maintained, using a low-energy system minimises the impact on school budgets.

Together with Buckinghamshire Mind, Monodraught aim to support 5,000 students through mental health awareness assemblies.

Monodraught are marking this landmark 5,000th installation by providing a grant to our charity partner Buckinghamshire Mind. The donation enables the charity to offer free mental health awareness assemblies in the Buckinghamshire region in the next few months. 

This donation cements our charity partnership and allows us to make a positive contribution to our local community. It is the second time we have been able to support this awareness initiative.

“A significant proportion of our natural ventilation systems are installed in schools, universities and colleges throughout the UK. We are pleased to have the opportunity to make a financial contribution to support this valuable mental health work taking place in schools in our home region.” 

Andrew McCubbin, Managing Director, Monodraught

Supporting mental health awareness in schools.

The objective of the assemblies is to help educate children and young people to enable them to open-up and talk about mental health in school, at home and with friends.

The assemblies cover important aspects of mental health including:

  • The importance of talking about emotions and feelings
  • Everyone has mental health
  • Mental and physical health are as important as each other
  • Mental health problems can affect how we think, feel and behave
  • Breaking down the stigma around mental health

To find out more about the free mental health awareness assemblies – contact Buckinghamshire Mind.

Monodraught can be found on Stand 325VISIT WEBSITE

New MagiCAD 2020 is now available

New MagiCAD 2020 is now available

MagiCAD version 2020 is available with a record number of new features for MEP design on Revit. Our latest version introduces intelligent new functions and improved UK workflows for making MEP design faster and more efficient. Among the highlights of this new release:

  • Compatible with Autodesk Revit versions 2018, 2019 and 2020
  • Support for Autodesk BIM 360 Design
  • Advanced new Builders Work functionality

MagiCAD Group Ltd is the UK subsidiary, serving customers based in the UK and Ireland. MagiCAD for Revit is the leading BIM software for MEP design with UK localisation, standards and fully integrated CIBSE, BS / EN engineering calculations. MagiCAD is used in over 80 countries worldwide. MagiCAD Cloud enables access to over 1,000,000 data-rich manufacturer-verified MEP products from over 270 globally renowned manufacturers.

For further information, read more here:

Magi 2020

MagiCAD Group Ltd can be found at Stand 205


Coming soon to the Building Centre WC1

Coming soon to the Building Centre WC1

Elysator UK are delighted to confirm our presence at the Building Centre in Fitzrovia, WC1. The Building Centre exists to promote innovation in the built environment and is the perfect site to showcase our range of ground-breaking chemical-free water treatment products.

There are many benefits of the Elysator technology. Convincing arguments to support its use can be made on various grounds: commercial, environmental, effectiveness, business impact, safety and ease of use among them.

Many solutions that are intended to offer an environmental benefit require compromises to be made. These may revolve around the effectiveness of a product, more often they will centre on price; green tech invariably carries a premium.

This is not the case with Elysator.

The outright cost of the equipment is often considerably less than that of a single chemical-flush - in larger systems the savings are even greater. Once the initial purchase is made, ongoing maintenance costs are minimal and service life is extended.

Environmentally friendly yet truly effective, Elysator has consistently proven to be more efficient than the product it is intended to replace. Retrofittable, the impact on business operation is minimal, often requiring no system downtime and, absent of any requirements for COSHH compliance, it is safer to use and easier to maintain.

Elysator delivers a solution that is truly viable on every level.

Elysator UK can be found at Stand 232