What’s Cold is Hot again 18 Feb 2014
Heated wastewater can be recovered and re-used to pre-heat the inlet to shower heads, offering considerable savings on energy consumption.
South East Water works with industry to combat training gap 18 Feb 2014
South East Water, in partnership with the Chisholm Institute, are developing a comprehensive suite of training modules for the plumbing industry aimed at providing greater understanding and building skills around plumbing work that is done at the interface with water corporation assets.
THE RIGHT PE-X FOR YOU 19 Aug 2013
PE-X piping has revolutionised the way potable water can be delivered but with such a vast array of products on the market – how do you decide which system to use? Plumbing Connection takes a closer look at the market and the products available.
Solar innovation 27 May 2013
Bosch Product Manager Julia Williams believes solar hot water systems are a logical addition to Bosch’s product range.
World Plumbing Council Report 27 May 2013
The plumbing industry has been busy in the last few months, here's a wrap of what the World Plumbing Council (WPC) has been up to.
Toilets get new ventilation 27 May 2013
A new technology that removes unwanted odours from the toilet is a potential upsell for plumbers and could put an end to smelly bathrooms forever.
World Plumbing Day 2013 gets bigger 27 May 2013
The world celebrated World Plumbing Day on 11 March 11 and there was much fanfare across all nations from the UK to Australia and the US to Africa.
A cool reminder of form and function 27 May 2013
In March Connection Magazines Jeff Patchell joined more than 200 members of the local plumbing industry to travel to Frankfurt, Germany for the popular bi-annual ISH exhibition.
The story of ‘Pippy’, Pipe Perfection’s Morris J Van 27 Mar 2013
Ask any plumber and he’ll tell you they stumble across all sorts of things as they visit their customers. That’s how Darren Clancy came up with the idea of restoring a J Van and using it to market his plumbing business.
A new standard for pipelines 27 Mar 2013
Rio de Janeiro: 65% of the world’s offshore pipelines are designed and installed to DNV’s pipeline standard. Now DNV sees the need to capture more knowledge on how pipelines can safely withstand the pressures of 3000 meters depth, without prohibitive cost.