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TracPipe offers a solution to Copper Theft

Omega Flex is calling for installers, builders and property developers to switch to TracPipe following an explosion at a bungalow in Cambridgeshire. More and more local authorities and housing associations are already switching to TracPipe for their gas piping needs following the recent increase in copper thefts across the UK. The recent explosion at a bungalow in Cambridgeshire highlights the problem as the bungalow was completely destroyed afte... [more]

Nu-way appoints new Service Director

Tim Scarlett has been appointed as Service Director at Nu-way. He brings over 25 years of experience in customer facing roles within the electrical and gas industries to Nu-way, the supplier, manufacturer and repairer of oil, gas and dual fuel burners which is celebrating its eightieth year. He will oversee the management and support of field engineering staff, as well as continuing to improve the service and training departments at Nu-wa... [more]

Helping installers out of a jam

Parts Center is continuing to help installers save their most valuable resource – time. A recent Clik study showed that poorly managed communication wasted more time than being stuck in traffic jams. Of the installers questioned, over eight in ten (85%) said they spend over an hour a day on paper work, often dealing with a range of different jobs and customers, which can make it easy to forget exactly what they need at the trade counter. P... [more]

Now Available from IBISWorld - Natural Gas Distribution in the US Industry Market Research Report

There has been a leak in the past five years in The Natural Gas Distribution industry. Drops in demand from downstream customers have been responsible for most of the decline. First, the recession caused households and businesses to reduce spending, in turn, causing energy costs per customer to decline. Furthermore, recent discoveries of natural gas in the Appalachian Basin have kept natural gas prices down in light of the high future supply that... [more]

F-Gas Legislation : gas engineers still not trained to the required standards

According to Develop Training, still thousands gas engineers still not trained to the required F-Gas standards. Mark Dougall, Director at Develop Training, explained: “Many engineers did not comply with the July 2011 deadline and many are now working illegally. We are worried about this for two reasons - not only could individuals be fined if they don’t gain their qualifications but we may also see a shortage of engineers able to legally under... [more]

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