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 […]
International Sustainability Award for TEL University Project
A laboratory project by Temperature Electronics Ltd (TEL) is helping to save a university laboratory a projected 270MWh of energy and over £34,000 in associated energy costs per year. TEL’s work with one of the UK’s leading fume cupboard manufacturers, Laboratory Specialist Services Ltd, for the University of Glasgow, was part of the institution’s […]
Achieving sustainable laboratories
TEL’s very own Andrew Eady recently sat down with University Business Magazine to discuss how universities across the UK can achieve sustainable laboratories. Read the full article below. Uni’s can reduce carbon emissions & save by improving their labs, says Andrew Eady, director at Temperature Electronics Ltd. The Higher Education Funding Council for England’s […]
Your customers can reduce energy costs with TEL’s VAV controls
As well as mitigating risk, VAV airflow controls can positively impact an organisation’s carbon footprint by effectively reducing energy consumption. TEL has found that converting to VAV can reduce volumes by up to 85%, reducing both energy costs and carbon emissions. Furthermore, TEL offers a full retrofit service too. We recognise that existing CAV […]