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We’re Hiring – Ζητείται Μηχανολόγος Μηχανικός

Η εταιρεία Z&X Mechanical Installations στη Πάφο ζητά άμεσα να εργοδοτήσει υπεύθηνο εργοτάξιου για τις μηχανολογικές εγκαταστάσεις σε ξενοδοχείο υπο ανέγερση. 

Απαραίτητες οι γνώσεις και εκπαίδευση στον τομέα Μηχανολόγου Μηχανικού καθώς επίσης και προϋπηρεσία 5 χρόνια.

Τρόπος υποβολής αιτήσεων
Οι υποψήφιοι θα πρέπει να αποστείλουν ηλεκτρονικά το βιογραφικό τους στην ηλεκτρονική διεύθυνση

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pafos 2017

Hani of Ibrahim – Pafos 2017 Development

Z&X Mechanical Installations Ltd is proudly present and participating in the development of Pafos 2017 Open workshop – Hani of Ibrahim. 


Hani of Ibrahim, the meeting place for merchants and artisans, sets the tone for this project, which is inspired by the fundamental value of hospitality.

With this project, the development of Pafos 2017 promotes a more active involvement for residents and city visitors to the Capital of Culture project, as the studios, galleries and, above all, the artists workshops, located around the historic area of Chania, in the central region and across Pafos, open their doors to the public.

In this regard, residents and guests of the city will have the opportunity to meet artists, interact with them, take part in creative workshops and come in a more fruitful contact with the mystery of artistic creation.

Via Cyprus Highlights

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We met yet another target…

Z&X Mechanical Installations Ltd is proud to announce that yet again we have met our deadline and finalised Papantoniou Supermarket in Yeroskipou within 32 days, which opened its doors to the public on 10th December 2016. 


Same as last year, when Papantoniou Supermarkets expanded in Limassol, Z&X Mechanical Installations Ltd was present and finalised the project in Limassol on time too with no delays. 


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Selection of Z&X Mechanical Installations Ltd by Papantoniou Supermarkets for the opening of yet another store in Pafos

Papantoniou Supermarkets have already started the works for their new store in Cyprus, which will be in Geroskipou. This store will be the 5th store in the Pafos area and the 8th store in Cyprus.

Z&X Mechanical Installations Ltd has been honored to be chosen once again for the installation of the following products and services:

  • VRV (Variable Refrigerant Volume): Central air-conditioning systems that utilize the latest variable refrigerant volume technology to satisfy a wide range of capacity requirements.
  • 4 way cassette: Cassette units fit in any ceiling design perfectly and they create a comfortable air-conditioned atmosphere nearly unnoticed. Conditioned air flows into the room via four air outlets while motorised lamellas provide the best air distribution.
  • Split units: Ideal for air conditioning one room or a specific area.
  • Hydraulic and plumbing systems
  • Ventilation System
  • Fire Extinguishing Systems
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Swimming Pool Structure Brief

Life is better by the pool!

Swimming pools cool us down during the hot summer days as well as enhance our garden and increase the value of our property.

Before you decide to build your pool, we would like to take you through different types of construction options you might want to consider.

A swimming pool consists of 3 major components:
1. The shell
2. Finishing or membrane
3. Filtration equipment

1. The Shell
The shell type depends on the type of the pool. If your pool is of a skimmer type, then the shell can either be of concrete with mesh reinforcing, a PVC LINER finishing, or a concrete shell with re bar reinforcing. This option requires waterproofing and tiles (normal or mosaic) and is more expensive than the liner option. A liner pool can also have a prefabricated aluminum shell, which saves time in the construction process.
Generally if your pool is an overflow type it has a concrete shell with reinforcing. The overflow system can have a channel and grill system, a vanishing edge feature, or combination of both. An over flow pool can also be done with liner. The construction of an overflow type pool is generally more expensive than a liner pool and it will also require more maintenance.


2. Finishing
A swimming pool with PVC Liner is the most popular and most economic option. The liner comes in variety of colors and patterns. It is welded on site and if maintained correctly it can last a life time. It is also a lot cheaper to maintain and replace compared to other options.
A tiled pool is more expensive, but a lot more attractive. This type of pool also needs to be water proofed and if damage occurs it is more costly to repair.


3. Filtration equipment
A swimming pool system consists of the pump which circulates the water it draws from the drain, and skimmers / overflow (acts as skimmer). It passes it through the filter (sand / glass media), or cartridge which cleans the water and recirculates it back to the pool via the inlets. The pump can either be (i) Electric or (ii) Photovoltaic* which has zero running costs. As a rule of thumb a pool pump should circulate the water every 4 hours and 2 water changes are required per day. The pool water is kept free of bacteria by the addition of chlorine and acid, or by salt chlorination which produces chlorine via an electronic cell. This is softer than normal chlorine and does not have the smell of chemically produced chlorine. Pools can also be sanitized with ozone generators or ultraviolet sterilization.

*Photovoltaic pumps
– Solar water pumping offers a welcome alternative to fuel-burning generators for pumping and irrigation applications.
– Pumping systems are available and can be designed for small, medium and large scale water demands.
– Solar electric powered pumping is extremely effective. Maximum pumping power is available on sunny days when water is more necessary.
– They have good long term efficiency and credibility. They are pollution free, corrosion-free, self-lubricating and noiseless.


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central heating

Central Heating

A central heating system provides heat to the inner of a building from one point to other rooms.

A central heating system most popular method of heat generation involves the combustion of fossil fuel in a boiler.

Most new housing has come with central heating systems installed. Normally use gas heaters, district heating, or a oil-fired system, often using forced-air systems.

Steam-heating systems, fired by coal, oil or gas, are also used, primarily for larger buildings.

Electrical heating systems are less commonly and are practical only with low-cost electricity or when ground source heat pumps are used.

The combination of central generating plant and electric resistance heating makes the overall efficiency less than for direct use of fossil fuel for space heating.

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