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STUDBITE

STUDBITE

STUDBITETM Grabbed yours yet? Another one of our free customer support tools, StudBiteTM is a simple, effective and free device that solves a long standing frustration for air conditioning installers; washers slipping down studding! We are handing out StudBiteTM free of charge! To grab yours...

20th September 2018
NEW STÖRNCH High Flow Tank Pump

NEW STÖRNCH High Flow Tank Pump

Our new STÖRNCH High Flow tank pump is now in stock! This supersedes our previous bestselling gFlow model, and has a higher max head & flow rate and a quieter performance, all for the same price. Specifications Manufacturer: STÖRNCH Model: High Flow Tank Size: 1.7ltr Max Head: 5mt Max...

19th September 2018
NEW PRODUCT GUIDE

NEW PRODUCT GUIDE

NEW PRODUCT GUIDE Edition 2 Edition 2 of our New Product Guide is now available, featuring key new additions to the Greenmill range. These products are designed to make your projects quicker and easier, supporting you with everything you need as you embrace new systems and products in the market...

19th September 2018
You won't realise what a time-consuming process brazing is until you've tried this

You won't realise what a time-consuming process brazing is until you've tried this

The two systems are barely comparable for speed and ease. Imagine if there was no time spent wet-ragging, heating up a pipe, mirror-checking, nitrogen purging, fire-watching, the list goes on and on! Its a no-brainer. So why hasn't everyone adopted it immediately? We find the only real obstruction...

19th September 2018
One Tool Three Systems

One Tool Three Systems

ZoomLock offers a complete press fit solution for any major AC system. The ZoomLock tool is compatible with both Hybrid plumbing copper press Jaws, and MLC barrier pipe press jaws – One tool kit, three press systems. With a single tool you can cut down on equipment and set yourself up to install...

19th September 2018
What Not to Do in the Ventilation Industry

What Not to Do in the Ventilation Industry

When it comes to working in any industry, there are always dos and donts that you should follow. These ‘rules’ ensure your safety, your clients’ safety and help you to perform your job to the best of your ability. They exist for a reason so should definitely be followed! The ventilation industry...

11th April 2018
Explaining our Delivery and Collection Options – Which is Right for You?

Explaining our Delivery and Collection Options – Which is Right for You?

In the world of online delivery, we know that you need to have a lot of options available to you. Whether you need your air conditioning parts as quickly as possible or on a specific day, our Greenmill team have created a whole host of options so you can pick one that suits your needs. We want to...

16th February 2018
When and Why Do Ceiling Diffusers Need Maintenance?

When and Why Do Ceiling Diffusers Need Maintenance?

Ceiling diffusers are hard workers, and as such, they are in need of regular maintenance to keep them working properly. Diffusers need maintenance for several reasons. Firstly, they can often get dirty, as things like grease, pollen and dust stick to them. A build-up of dust and debris can limit their...

16th January 2018
How Often Should Air-Conditioning be Serviced?

How Often Should Air-Conditioning be Serviced?

Whilst a huge number of homes, offices and public spaces now have air conditioning, you’d be surprised by how many of these owners have no idea how to look after their systems – or that they need to be looked after at all! But, they most definitely do. If you don’t take proper care of your air conditioning...

18th December 2017
Is Air Conditioning Maintenance Really Necessary?

Is Air Conditioning Maintenance Really Necessary?

As with most things, air conditioners need maintenance. If you leave anything alone for long enough things are bound to go wrong, and with so many parts and components air conditioners would become even more prone to faults. But, if you’re still not sure, let’s take a closer look at why you really need...

24th November 2017