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Commercial Heating Engineer
We are currently recruiting an additional Commercial Heating Service Engineer to join our existing team to carry out reactive repairs, service etc to heating systems in commercial buildings. Ideally you will have the experience detailed below HOWEVER we will consider training for the right domestic heating engineer.
- Ideally based in the Midlands
- Experience in fault finding heating systems - controls experience an advantage
- Knowledge of space heating systems (eg, Ambirad, Powrmatic, Benson, Combat etc)
- ACS Gas qualification and Gas Safe registered
You will need to hold a full driving licence, have a flexible approach to working hours and a professional approach to working on our customer’s sites.
Air Ability has been established within the air conditioning and commercial heating market for over 20 years and we have a large and varied customer base.
In order to offer our customers the very best service we provide a continuous training programme for our engineering team with many engineers becoming multi-skilled across both air conditioning and heating (both gas and oil).
Interested? Please email your details to:
R22 Ban 1 January 2015 - Act Now!
The Kyoto Protocol now places restrictions on the use of R22. Crucially, as from 1 January 2015 sales and use of all recycled or recovered R22 to maintain or service air conditioning equipment is now banned. Until about 2002 R22 was a commonly used refrigerant in air conditioning, so the time to act is now.
EPBD & F-Gas Regs - a worthy but onerous responsibility
The Energy Performance Directive now makes it a legal obligation to have an air conditioning inspection by an accredited energy assessor. The Kyoto Protocol also imposes stringent obligations for the use of fluorinated greenhouse gases (F-Gas) in air conditioning systems. This includes recovery of refrigerants by certified persons and leak testing.
Advanced Engineering Show 2015
A big thanks to all those who visited the Air Ability stand at the UK's largest annual advanced engineering trade show.
Our experts enjoyed the opportunity to offer advice on the latest and most efficient HVAC kit - technologies to keep your workplace warm in the winter and cool in the summer.
Of particular interest to visitors was the interactive calculator developed by Air Ability that provides instant estimates of financial and carbon savings and predict payback periods.
Another hot topic was R22 compliance. Our experts were able to offer affected visitors practical guidance on how best to manage the transition, as well as information on all the the latest HVAC regulations, including F-Gas and The Energy Performance Directive.
Instant assistance is a phone call or email away
To see if you are affected by the latest regulations and help you manage compliance Air Ability will carry out an audit of your system. If action is required we will make considered and expert recommendations and then project manage the transition. To help with the decision we will calculate likely energy savings, financial incentives, payback period and your CO2 savings.