Cheers to You. Tubman’s End of Year Gratitude for Your Support
TUBMAN HEATING NEWSLETTER - VOLUME 3
To our valued customers and suppliers,
As we approach the end of another remarkable year, I wanted to take a moment to express my gratitude and share some reflections on the last year.
2023 has been a year of growth, innovation and resilience for our company, and we owe a significant part of our success to you, our loyal customers and suppliers. Your trust in us is the driving force behind our commitment to excellence. As we look to 2024, we are dedicated to delivering even greater value, innovative solutions and outstanding customer experiences as we focus on quality, sustainability and meeting your specific needs.
The launch of our latest branch in the beautiful Hawkes Bay region signifies our commitment to bring our products and services closer to our valued customers. We look forward to building meaningful relationships, supporting local businesses and contributing to the rebuild and success of the region.
Wishing you a wonderful Holiday Season and a Prosperous New Year.
Chief Executive Officer
HEALTH & SAFETY TIPS FOR SUMMER
As we come into the warmer summer months it is important to remember that maintaining peak performance demands focus energy and productivity. But did you know that something as simple as staying hydrated can significantly impact your workday? Dehydration can lead to a range of symptoms including dizziness, headaches and fatigue. In workplaces where physical and mental demands are high, these symptoms can be particularly detrimental to safety and productivity. When your body lacks proper hydration it struggles to transport nutrients and oxygen to cells efficiently, resulting in sluggishness and decreased concentration.
Hydration tips for the workplace
1. Water, Water, Water: Aim to drink at least eight glasses (2 litre’s) of water daily. Keeping a water bottle at your work station and in your vehicle can serve as a visual reminder to hydrate regularly.
2. Electrolytes: In demanding environments, especially those with high temperatures, consider incorporating beverages with electrolytes to replenish what’s lost through sweating.
3. Snack Smart: Consume water rich foods likes fruits and vegetables. They not only hydrate but also provide essential vitamins and minerals to keep you energised.
Many of us may be feeling the weight of end-of-year fatigue. It’s a common phenomenon, but there are effective ways to combat it. Remember to take short breaks to recharge, prioritize quality sleep, and maintain a balanced diet. Stay hydrated and incorporate physical activity into your routine. By adopting these strategies, you can boost your energy levels, stay productive, and finish the year strong.
New Zealand, renowned for its commitment to environmental stewardship, has taken a commendable step forward by replacing coal boilers with wood pellet boilers in primary schools. These biomass boiler systems serve as a beacon of sustainable heating solutions, offering numerous benefits that extend beyond reducing carbon emissions. In this blog post, we delve into the significance of wood pellet boilers in New Zealand’s educational institutions and explore the multiple advantages they bring in the fight against climate change.
CIB Unigas burners are a range of gas, oil, and dual fuel burners that are made in Italy and offer high performance, low emissions, and easy installation. They are suitable for various applications, such as hot water and steam boilers, driers, furnaces, ovens, and other industrial processes.
Heat exchangers are effective devices designed to efficiently transfer heat between various fluids or between solids and fluids. Widely embraced across industries, they play a pivotal role in both heating and cooling processes, waste heat recovery, and enhancing energy efficiency. In this comprehensive blog post, we delve into the myriad benefits and versatile applications of heat exchangers in diverse sectors.
SUPPORTING A LOCAL SCHOOL
Sponsoring a part of Karāpiro School’s school camp was a wonderful opportunity to invest in the education and personal development of our young learners. By providing support for this essential educational experience, we are contributing to the growth of individual students but also fostering a sense of community and responsibility. Our support is not just an investment in their future; it’s an investment in the future of our society as a whole, ensuring that these students gain valuable skills and experiences that will serve them well in their lives.
TUBMAN HEATING ARRIVES IN HAWKES BAY
Denford Mukoho opened our Hawkes Bay branch on 1 November 2023 and is available for all your boiler and burner needs, from servicing, installation and repairs to product sales and spares. The Hawkes Bay branch is well supported by our Wellington team and warehouse.
06 836 5649