Renowned for innovative electric heating solutions, Ecolec has launched its novel design solution – Ecolec Multizone – a new wireless, remotely controlled Smart Controller – using a PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone – that allows you to control temperature and heating in up to 10 separate zones within your home or office with absolute precision.
The technology behind Smart systems is clearly getting more complex and all encompassing. Systems such as BEMS – building energy management systems – allow for the integration of heating, lighting, electronic fire and security systems and have become commonplace in new commercial and public sector projects, but where does the future lie in the residential and office marketplace?
The project was VaVa II – an impressive private yacht. MY Vava II is the 97-metre super yacht commissioned by the Swiss-Italian entrepreneur Ernesto Bertarelli for his British musician wife Kirsty. Built by Devonport Yachts at Plymouth, when constructed she was claimed to be the largest British-built superyacht.
A unique new combination of features in bathroom and bedroom heating is shaking up the KBB sector. The brand new product, from Auratherm, part of established electric heating company, Ecolec, offers heat and light with remote controls, incorporating a four hour timer and an LED dimmer switch. The Auratherm vision of controlled heat and light in one electric product with a mirror is an intelligent way to save effort and energy.
Renowned for innovative electric heating solutions, Midlands-based electrical heating specialist Ecolec, has launched its latest novel design solution – Ecolec Multiple Zone – a new wireless, remotely controlled Smart Controller – using a PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone – that allows you to control temperature and heating in up to 10 separate zones within your home with absolute precision.
Volunteers and staff at Compton hospice undertake a huge number of events and attend a range of outdoor opportunities for fund raising and raising awareness of the hospice and what it does for its community. It needs to store banners, marquees, tents and other equipment between these events and has suffered from much of this equipment going moldy or rotting due to being put away damp or wet after events. Ecolec offered a solution to this problem for the hospice which was gratefully received.