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Our Blog - Keep up with the fast moving pace of the air conditioning and heat pump world.  It's just like being in a James Bond movie - well not really!!

Hello everyone - Some of the more internet savvy members of staff thought it would be just the thing to start a Blog to let the world know about the goings on at our little empire. Well to be quite honest folks it sounded to me a bit like asking people to pay to watch paint dry, anyway who am I to halt the march of progress, I’m off to listen to some “Pink Floyd" on vinyl. We hope you enjoy the unfolding saga of the heat pump and air conditioning world in the coming months.

24th April 2015


Need fume extraction or fresh air in your workshop/s ?

We have now refreshed our stocks of all manner of industrial and commercial fans, with prices starting from just £117.00.  If you require fume extraction from your busy workshop environment, or need some fresh air intake for your workshop staff, then look no further than the wide range of fans on our website.  Some models can even have ducting attached, if the layout of your business premises requires this extra facility.

Most fans come in both 110v and 230v models, to suit all business environments and any voltage restrictions.  A very popular new model that we have added is the Clarke CAM110 Drum Fan which we are sure will be a bestseller.  These models come with a 1 year guarantee.

We also sell a range of fans manufactured by Broughton which are more heavy duty fans for the medium to large workshop facility.  The Broughton VF250 is fast becoming a popular purchase with our customers.  The Broughton range come with a 2 year guarantee for extra peace of mind.

Please click on the highlighted links above to be directed to those particular models, or look at the full range of commercial and industrial fans by selecting 'Fans-All Types'.  If you require any assistance in deciding which make and model would best suit your premises, then please contact us on 0845-026-7796.
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26th March 2015


Calling all swimming pool owners !!

Yes, it's the time of the year again when you start thinking about your swimming pool, whether it be located in the UK or at your overseas property.  No doubt you will soon be taking the covers off the garden pool, or visiting your second home to 'open up' for the summer season.  Maybe your pool does not already have a heat pump, or your existing heat pump needs replacing.

Saturn Sales offer a number of alternatives from the Hydropro range of swimming pool heat pumps, with the standard versions having the ability to heat from spring to late autumn, and the premium models being able to heat all year round irrespective of the outdoor temperature.

Please click on the highlighted link above to visit the Hydrpro range.  If you require any assistance in selecting the correct model, or any advice on installation, then please call us on 0845-026-7796 and ask for John.

 
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25 March 2014


Fujitsu new models

Approximately 6 months ago, the clever folk at Fujitsu released 2 new wall mounted high efficiency heat pumps.  So what is so great about that you may ask yourself?   Well to those that seek to have the latest gadget at the highest efficiency these could be the products for you.  To those that live with cold climates these are again made for you as they can heat even when the temperature outside has dropped to -20 C (to be fair they maintain full heat output down to -7C).  That would have been handy a few years ago when in Cheshire temperatures dropped down to -15C – brrrrr!

So apart from the temperature being one reason to consider purchasing one of these, there are plenty of other features to entice you.....

They are of thin & slim design, they have high energy saving controls e.g. human sensor detectors - so the unit(s) operates at lower capacity when a room is empty and return to previous operating mode when you enter the room again.

These 2 units the Fujitsu ASYG09LTCA (2.5kw) and Fujitsu ASYG12LTCA (3.5kw) are some of the best in class for heating and as they have reverse cycle heat pump technology, they even cool in the summer (if we get one of course).
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5 March 2014


Hello again, well I think that spring has finally made an appearance and the grounds are starting to get daffodils, snowdrops, and crocus all flowering.  The temperature has increased and the central heating has been turned down and the fires off.  So to make the most of the spring colours increasing in abundance in your garden, you may fancy spending more time in your conservatory (if you are lucky enough to have one of course – but don’t let that put you off reading the rest of my blog!).  The air still has that slight chill but you want to enjoy the views of your garden, well we have the answer, who needs a plug in heater that takes up valuable floor space and can look out of place/messy with cables across the floor. 

Grab yourself an air source heat pump such as the Mitsubishi SRK25ZMP-S model (better known to most of us as air con units), why you ask?  Well this is one of the most efficient ways to heat a room and not only would you get a nice warm room in the colder months of the year, but you would also have the benefit of air conditioning mode in hot – sorry warmer months (some units even have filters to reduce air borne allergens, if you are unlucky enough to suffer from hay fever) models such as the Panasonic Etherea wall mounted range have great filtration systems. Even better some units fit above door entrances so goodbye cables & unsightly heaters.

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13 January 2014


Happy (belated) New Year.  Although we are not suffering with flooding where we are we are definitely feeling the cold winds.  So let me remind you of some nice ways to keep warm....  Christmas jumpers are out but nothing to stop you wearing your Onesie, or thermals and lots of layers, or log fires.  Well all of the above are great ideas if you are at home but it could be a tad awkward explaining to the boss why you are wearing your onesie in the office, workshop or warehouse!!!  Well a few of our suppliers offer a great range of fan heaters that saves any fashion faux pas at work.

Broughton heaters are British designed & manufactured and even offer an impressive 2 year warranty (compared to average 1 year elsewhere).  We stock a wide range of their heaters with a price range of £226 (FF12 fan heater) right through to £5998 (FF80).

Clarke International offers a good range also and these are a lot “lighter on the wallet”, their devil fan heater range starts at £59.90 (6002) right through to £190.00 for the Devil 615 fan heater. Clarke also offer a range of Propane Gas heaters and they range from £95.00 (little devil) up to £565 (Devil 3150).

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18 October 2013


Hello readers well there are two things that you can be sure will be marching on, its time and the ever increasing cost of energy bills. As we have seen with this week’s rise in gas and electricity prices of nearly 10%. Of course as it’s now autumn, you have the “shall I put the central heating on dilemma”. This is the reason for the much greater interest in all things that can reduce your energy bills and save you money. You may wish to consider of our range of split heat pump systems to supplement your heating needs. We quite often find that people will invest in this technology to provide supplementary heating, reducing the need to put the main central heating system on. For instance one of the small multi split heat pump systems such as the Mitsubishi SCM45ZJ-S can offer heating from two indoor units. You could fit one of these in the lounge area and one in the hallway to provide background heating.

Other heating and keeping warm tips include wearing a woolly bobble hat and cardigan whilst watching the telly. Please be aware however you may have a knock on the door from the fashion police if you adopt such fashion practices.
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30 August 2013


New Mitsubishi range of air heat pumps

Hello world, we have some exciting news in the world of heating & cooling......  Mitsubishi has launched 3 new systems in the budget range (replacing the existing budget range).  They have kept the same build quality & good energy efficiency, whilst continuing down the inverter pathway. These models replace the only two fixed speed systems that were still being produced by the company.

What can I tell you about purchasing one (or more) of these great products from us?  Well we offer 3 years warranty and even better you get to chat to Captain Scarlet aka John – he is always full of useless sorry useful technical information.

The units offer the best of both worlds in that they cool in the summer (no matter how short or sporadic they may be) and heat in winter (which in recent years has been bitter & frosty) – brrrr I feel cold even thinking about winter brrrrr.

The systems themselves are SRK25ZMP-S, SRK25ZMP-S and finally SRK50ZMP-S. All of the models over good heating performance with at least A rated efficiency in heating. So what are you waiting for – check these bad boys out & get in some serious heating and cooling going.
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31 July 2013


Hello bloggers! Greetings once again from sunny Cheshire.  I can’t quite believe that the sun is still shining – apart from sounding really old; it reminds me of childhood summers that seemed to stretch throughout the whole of the summer holidays and those last few weeks before breaking up for summer when we had classes outdoors.  But over the last few summers, it just seems to be warm & sticky.  The upstairs of our house has been unbearable and sleep has been difficult leading to very grumpy people.  Since placing a free standing air conditioning unit on the landing it has been like a breath of fresh air (literally) the landing and all bedrooms have become bearable once more and sleep has been restored.
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24th June 2013


As a slightly bonkers Brit who loves to go camping, but likes a few home comforts like an electric kettle (so much quicker than camping stove, even if you miss out on the reminiscent whistle!) or an electric fan heater for either taking the chill off the tent on the typical damp drizzly evenings or provide a waft of cooler air if like now we are experiencing what can only be described as a wee bit of summer but (and that is a big but) don’t want to be tied down to the rigidity of electric hook up pitches then I can only recommend a generator.

The Clarke IG2200 is a suitcase generator aimed at both the leisure and trade, so can be used on sites, market or car boot stalls (who doesn’t fancy a cuppa and maybe a bit of music to draw in the punters whilst either earning a living or making an extra few quid from the stuff you no longer want or need), camping & caravanning & boating to name just a few uses.

It is a powerful, portable and economical unit that will automatically monitor the output load and matches the engine speed accordingly resulting in a quieter and more efficient generator (it also increases lifespan and reduces operating costs and let’s face it at times like this we all need a bit of reducing costs).  The generator itself has a maximum output of 2.2kw, is a four stroke engine, has a 7litre fuel tank and has 7 hours running time and has 2 standard 13amp output sockets.  It should support all of your electrical camping needs although I normally draw the line at taking the microwave, TV and dishwasher in our tent.  Happy summer everyone
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15th February 2013


Hello fans of our blog, here we are once again and it’s Friday. Britain’s most popular dish will be bought in its millions no doubt tonight (Chicken Tikka Masala) a nice bottle plonk, and the hire of a video to watch on telly. As you can see I am off a certain age and remember that ritual. I bet Blockbuster wishes we are still in the age of going out to hire videos. They say its all progress but from experience ask an under 30 to navigate around Britain without a Satnav, and they wouldn’t have a clue (No Reading is not next to Inverness)

Anyway enough of this, I’m not here to waffle but to try and persuade you lot to buy some of our tantalising heat pump and air conditioning products. Yes its exciting I know. Now if you have one of those glass things bolted to the side of your house you might be interested in this offering, the Fujitsu AGYF09LA floor mounted air conditioner and heat pump. Not only will it keep the glass thing bolted to the side of your house warm in winter, but it can also cool when you have the one day of summer due in 2013.

This week’s romantic tip! Never forget valentines again, why not invest in 12 plastic red roses. After the great event just store them in the loft and a quick hose down each year. This marvellous annual gift is sure to endear you to your beloved.
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