5 ways to reduce energy usage and cut costs in the lab

Laboratories are notoriously energy intensive, requiring high amounts of ventilation to operate safely. Fortunately, much can be done to reduce energy consumption from adopting energy efficient behaviours through to upgrading your fume cupboards’ air control system. There are many good reasons to reduce energy usage in your laboratory; you’ll make significant savings on energy bills, […]

6 reasons to switch to variable air volume (VAV) fume cupboard control.

Fume cupboards play a pivotal role in the laboratory, protecting users from harmful substances. A typical laboratory uses an exhaust blower to pull air from inside the room through the open fume cupboard sash, taking hazardous and noxious gases with it. The contaminated air is then expelled or filtered for re-circulation. The average chemical fume […]

What is Continuing Professional Development?

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is used to describe the learning activities professionals engage in to develop and enhance their abilities. What are the benefits? CPD is essential in helping individuals and companies to keep skills and knowledge up to date, this is particularly important in the science and technology sector as it is constantly evolving […]

Q & A: Carbon Emission Targets for higher education institutions

In response to the Climate Change Act of 2008, the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) developed a sector reduction strategy to help meet the UK Government’s carbon reduction targets – as set out in the 2008 Climate Change Act. In just three years’ time the higher education sector (which leads the world in […]

Reduce energy costs by up to 85% with the AFA4000 VAV Controller

In uncertain political and economic times our customers are sure about one thing; saving energy (and therefore money) has never been more important. That’s why we developed the AFA4000 VAV Controller and Auto Sash Controller which is proven to reduce laboratory energy costs by up to 85%. How? The AFA4000 VAV Controller automatically adjusts airflow […]

Have you seen? We’ve got a new website

Like many growth businesses, we’d outgrown our website. It no longer did justice to the pioneering air flow controls and monitors we supply, nor the extent of our technological capabilities. More importantly, we needed a website that made it easier for our customers to find the information they want quickly and easily. What we changed […]

TEL to attend Pittcon exhibition and conference in Chicago

TEL is pleased to announce that they will be attending Pittcon, the world’s leading annual conference and exposition for laboratory science, on 5th and 6th March. Each year, Pittcon attracts attendees from industry, academia and government from over 90 countries worldwide. Held in Chicago on the 6th – 9th March 2017, Pittcon is a vibrant […]

Universities meet environmental targets with TEL’s VAV control systems

In October 2016, TEL’s Richard Eady contributed a feature to Laboratory News to discuss why considering your fume cupboards can help you meet environmental targets and save money. At the United Nations Paris climate conference (COP21) in December 2015, 195 countries adopted the first-ever universal, legally-binding global climate deal. Due to be enforced in 2020, […]

New Enhancements for TEL’s Auto Sash Controller

Following customer feedback and current trends in fume cupboard operation, TEL is pleased to bring to market a new and enhanced Auto Sash Controller. Building on our market-leading technology, TEL’s new and enhanced Auto Sash Controller has recently been upgraded with additional features and performance upgrades. Our new features include: Under Sash Sensor Test Feature […]

TEL launches in the US

TEL has extended its reach across the globe with the launch of TEL-Americas in the US. As a member of the ECM Holding Group, TEL-Americas specialises in the development, supply, installation, testing and verification of energy efficient VAV systems and is well positioned to be the #1 supplier of air flow control equipment in America. […]