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Prevent & Restrict Heat Loss With Thermographic Imaging & Video

2015-04-01

With a thermographic camera, the quality and the performance of an air curtain can be demonstrated. Heat radiation which is invisible to the human eye is recorded using a special measuring wall and a high-resolution thermal camera. The camera makes the airflow visible and shows that the air curtain perfectly…

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Biddle products helping to keep rail passengers warm

2015-03-25

Specification Online recently reported on the collaboration between Biddle BV, a branch of Biddle Air Systems, and Dutch railway operator NS Stations. The railway firm appointed Biddle to provide air curtains for its new stations in major cities such as Amsterdam, Rotterdam and Utrecht. As opposed to…

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Air comfort should be priority as global automation market expands

2015-03-17

By the year 2020 the global building automation and controls market is likely to reach $55.48 billion dollars, Climate Control News reports. According to a recent report conducted by Research and Markets, the automation market in 2013 was valued at $29.78 billion, but is now currently growing at a compound…

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Finding the right heating solution for your entrance

2015-02-11

There are so many heating and air conditioning units for businesses to choose from these days that it can be difficult knowing where to start. A recent article on Voltimum looked at some specific needs of various sectors, and suggested which heating solutions would be most suitable. The first instance…

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US officially approves air curtains as green alternative to vestibules

2015-01-28

In the United States, the Air Movement and Control Association International, Inc. (AMCA International) has officially announced that air curtains are an approved alternative to vestibules, an article on Green Lodging News reports. Vestibules are used in buildings to reduce air infiltration and regulate…

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Controlling comfort and saving energy

2014-11-25

Adjusting a conventional air curtain in response to changing weather conditions can be problematic. When set to run faster in winter for instance, the increased turbulence can cause heat loss resulting in wasted energy. Biddle has engineered a solution using controlled air strength or CA technology…

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New gas multi-directional heaters are red hot!

2014-11-04

A range of new gas multi-directional heaters from Biddle Air Systems have proven an instant hit with customers needing to heat large commercial and industrial  facilities. Discharging warm air at high speed through fully adjustable nozzles, they induce the movement of surrounding air to enable a good…

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Biddle launches gas version of NOZ multidirectional air heater

2014-02-25

Biddle Air Systems has expanded its range of NOZ multidirectional air heaters by introducing a gas version, providing customers with even more choice for heating large commercial buildings. With six individually adjustable nozzles that can be positioned to provide optimum air distribution in large commercial…

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Hassle free comfort

2010-01-29

The latest development in a long line of market leading air curtains, Invisidor DOORFLOW, has been developed to be not just of a minimalist design but also to minimise maintenance, bring a continuous and consistent long lasting level of performance and maximise energy savings.Air curtains are acknowledged…

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VRV Heat Recovery air curtain in conjunction with Daikin

2009-02-02

Retailers are being given new opportunities to improve shop floor environments, reduce emissions and save money with the launch of a new air curtain solution connected to the Daikin VRV system. In conjunction with Biddle, Daikin have introduced the first VRVIII heat recovery air curtain to the market,…

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