SPC, a British manufacturer of heating and cooling solutions, unveils new website

SPC, a British manufacturer of heating and cooling coils, fan convectors, trench heaters, radiant panels and heat pipes, has unveiled a new brand identity and website. Established over 30 years ago and formerly known as S&P Coils, SPC has developed a modern, striking brand identity and logo. The new look is aligned with SPC’s forward-thinking…

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Using heat pipes to enhance dehumidification in the UK

Heat pipes have been widely used for dehumidification in hot and humid countries – particularly in the Middle East – for many years. According to SPC, despite the UK’s less extreme climate, the technology can be successfully used to enhance dehumidification in this country, and, as an installation at a UK hospital demonstrates, payback periods…

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Improving dehumidification with heat pipes

Heat pipes have been commonplace within the aerospace, electronics and air conditioning industries since the 1960s. And, thanks to their ability to enhance dehumidification, they can be successfully used in modern cooling systems installed in the UK, says Richard Meskimmon, technical manager at SPC. Heat pipes are the most effective passive method of transferring heat…

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SPC Receive World Wide Patents For Their Revolutionary Water Heat Pipe Manufacturing Technology

SPC have successfully achieved European, UK, Chinese and Gulf Co-operation Council (GCC) patents of their one of a kind water heat pipe manufacturing technology. Heat Pipes are the most effective passive method of transferring heat available today. In their simplest form, a sealed tube (usually copper) is evacuated and charged with a working fluid. Heat transfer…

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SPC Help The NHS Save Six Gigawatts In Energy Costs!

SPC have supplied in partnership with their Scottish distributor Heating Appliances and Spares Ltd (HASL) Heat Recovery and Steam Frost Protection Coils with Blygold corrosion protection to Glasgow Royal Infirmary. Recovering in excess of 1385kW at the rated total ventilation rate of 111m3/s, the headline annual energy saving is 6089318 kWh, showing a significant financial…

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