Since the invention of air conditioning, we have been able to control the weather inside, and that has had some far-reaching and unexpected effects.
Ever since our ancestors mastered fired, humans have been able to warm themselves. Cooling down when it's hot has been more challenging.
The eccentric Roman emperor Elagabulus sent slaves to bring snow down from the mountains and pile it in the garden, when the breezes would carry the cooler air inside.
Studies show that it lowers mortality during heat waves. In offices, air conditioning makes us more productive: according to one early study, it made US government typists do 24% more work.
Air conditioning technology is getting cleaner and greener.
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Following a recent Health & safety Executive review of the Safety Data Sheet for CoolFlow DTX, the HSE has confirmed Hydratech's MEG Detoxification technology and process
The September issue of Renewable Energy Installer magazine features Hydratech Managing Director, Steve Hickson, in its 'My Working Week' section.
One of Hydratech's young recruits has been nominated for 'Outstanding Achiever of the Year' at this year's Welsh Apprenticeship Awards.
Renewable Energy Installer, the magazine for microgeneration contacted Hydratech to find out what the specialist fluid company had planned for 2014, and to discuss their association with the renewable sector. The feature will appear in REI's June issue, here's a preview.
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Hydratech, the only UK based formulator specialising in the manufacture of inhibited heat transfer fluids and antifreeze solutions for the Renewable Energy Sector have formulated Biotherm DTX and Biotherm LF to provide long lasting protection for BIOMASS heating systems.
Dordtech Engineering, specialists in CHP units and gensets for alternative fuels have installed a biogas CHP unit at a plant in Usk, South East Wales. The gasification plant, designed to run 9 gas engines has a 9MW emergency cooling system.
Deputy Minister for Skills & Technology, Ken Skates visited Hydratech's purpose built facility in Swansea to celebrate the success of Jobs Growth Wales, an initiative to help reduce youth unemployment.
Evans Waterless Engine Coolants have been crowned a 'Top Product' award winner in Professional Motor Mechanic Magazine's 2013 reader poll.