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Asbestos is a highly toxic fibre which can cause severe illness including the rare and incurable cancer, mesothelioma. Asbestos fibres are most toxic in a powder form when they become airborne and can be inhaled. The thin needle like fibres embed themselves in the lungs and it is there that they wreak havoc on the body. Asbestos related illnesses can take years even decades to present yet that does not make them any less harmful or dangerous.
It is important to BG Heat to make sure our employees are fully aware of the nature of asbestos, the risks and how to appropriately deal with an asbestos situation. Training is absolutely essential to avoid unnecessary risks which could really cause lasting damage. As such, we regularly carry out training and our team have recently completed and passed Asbestos Awareness training provided by UKASL. This course is UKATA approved.
Graham joins us as a Project Surveyor specifically to work in partnership with British Gas to develop sales opportunities for SME's.
Lewis Pryce Jones is a qualified plumber and has been appointed to work on both domestic and non-domestic projects.
BG Heat Ltd is looking to recruit a Gas Heating Engineer to work on a variety of contracts within small to medium enterprises in the commercial and industrial sectors.
Gas Heating Engineer (Installation)Regular Over Time + Company Vehicle.The Role:We are looking for a smart and diligent gas heating engineer who isn't afraid of a little hard work, who offers great customer service along with excellent skills in the industry.You will be carrying out installation work below 70kw within light commercial premises, for example within retail, doctors surgeries, leisure and hospitality establishments.Examples of work undertaken:- Boiler installations- Gas pipe work- Plumbing- Hot water installation (direct and indirect hot water heater replacements).Desirable but not essential:- Good working knowledge of commercial installations.- Experience with matt press jointing techniques.- Asbestos awareness.To be considered for this role you must be:- CRB cleared- Gas safe qualified with relevant ACS modules.- Have the ability to interpret RAMS (Risk and Method Statements).- Able to supply your own basic tool kit including hand drills.- A minimum of 5 years industry experience.- Prepared to work flexible hours and weekends.- Prepared to travel in 80 mile radius of Caerphilly.- Flexibility with working away occasionally.- Have the right to work in the UK.- Full UK Driving License.
To apply, please submit your CV via https://www.bgheat.co.uk/contact
So what's the most efficient way to heat a large open industrial space?
Installing heating within large commercial spaces such as a factories, warehouses or industrial units could signify a number of problems witheffective and efficientheat distribution depending on the facility and size. If work areas are not heated equally or efficiently, the effect is an impact on staff welfare, running costs and energy wastage.
Warm air heating heats up the air as it passes through a heat exchanger and then spreads warm air evenly through the space by fan, to maintain consistent temperatures.
Options include suspended, floor standing, free blowing or ducted warm air heating systems, which offer excellent warehouse heating options.
Radiant tube heaters
, mounted overhead, produce infra-red radiant heat that is directed downward by a reflector.
Radiant heat can be controlled to direct heat only to areas of the building which need to be heated, thereby improving efficiency and reducing heating costs.
Large space industrial heating solutions can be tailored to meet your specific environment requirements, taking into account obstacles such as racking and high roofs.
For further information on warm air heating systems, or to enquire how BG Heat can help you, contact us on 07000 244 328.
Gas safety interlock systems are required in all commercial kitchens. Gas Safe regulations and BS6173 both require a gas interlock system to be fitted. This ensures that the commercial kitchen ventilation system is working before the gas is turned on. This prevents a build up of potentially poisonous gas combustion fumes in the kitchen which would be harmful to the health of kitchen staff and others within the premises.All new commercial kitchens must comply with BS6173 (2009) and GSIUR27.
All commercial kitchens installed after 2001 must comply with BS6173.
Our engineers can fit aninterlock system that cuts off the supply of gas should the kitchen mechanical ventilation system fail or if the ventilation is turned down below a pre-set safe level.
Gas equipment and services must only be installed, maintained and repaired by a Gas Safe registered installer.
Contact our team for further information on how we can help improve your commercial kitchen.