Energy Management Solutions throughout UK and Europe

RUMM provides bespoke Energy management UK  and Energy management Wales  monitoring use of energy and the identification of areas where energy can be saved, creating a blueprint for an efficient energy management solution.

AGC,one of RUMM’s newest clients, was shortlisted for five categories including the Energy Efficiency For Large companies category at the Lancashire Business Environment Awards 2012.

Although AGC Chemicals did not win an award, one of their own, Stuart Ede, was the winner in the Environmental Champion category. Stuart is an Environmental Specialist at AGC and was nominated by his colleagues for his work on environmental improvements.

The Lancashire Business Environment Awards showcase the most innovative and effective initiatives by Lancashire business for achieving environmental sustainability and implementing smart business practice.

RUMM would like to congratulate Stuart Ede for this great achievement.

‘Stuart was the project champion and has been key in identifying energy management opportunities at AGCCE. He was very diligent in finalising the details of the contracts with RUMM and clearly understands energy management. It’s a great achievement to win this award and very well deserved. RUMM look forward to working with Stuart and AGCCE over the long term to achieve sustainable energy savings.’

Jamie Watkins, Co Founder/ Sales Director at RUMM Ltd

Speak to RUMM today about Energy management in UK  and Energy management in Wales

Get your business on the cloud with Knowall IT

Are you looking to reduce costs in your business and not sure where to start? Do you want to increase productivity in your organisation?The options might seem over whelming, don’t feel you are alone. Knowall IT will professional and highly skilled in Private Cloud Computingassisting many clients to becoming Private Cloud London users. They use innovative technology thus making their clients lives simple and ensuring your company runs more efficiently.

Have you heard of IaaS and wonder what it stands for?

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS London)

What exactly does this mean?

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), is supplied as a tailored, managed service, within Knowall IT’s secure enterprise platform. The platform enables businesses to host their entire, or part, IT infrastructure in a hosted environment. Typically, line of business applications such as MS Office, CRM systems, ERP systems, Accounting systems and more – enabling a truly flexible, agile, resilient IT platform that is cost efficient and requires minimal IT management resource.

Solution typically remove the requirement for the majority of onsite hardware and free up large amounts IT resources, allowing your business to concentrate on the areas that matter most while having complete confidence in your IT.

By partnering with Knowall IT as a service provider your company will be ahead of technology by Knowall providing the following:

  • Easy Deployment – get up and running quickly with minimal set up and low up-front investment, Knowall will manage the migration from start to finish.
  • Guaranteed Performance – We guarantee performance with bespoke hosting options tailored to meet your requirements via our own enterprise hosting platform.
  • A resilient, fully managed hosting service – monitored and managed 24 hours a day.
  • Enhanced Security and redundancy – Hosted across 2 Tier 3 ISO certified UK data centres.
  • Highly flexible service with rapid resource upgrade options.
  • Limitlessly scalable – Scale up or down to meet the changing needs of your business.
  • Always Available – 99.99% SLAs
  • Full application management and 24/7 end user support

Knowall IT will assist your company to convert to Cloud Computing effortlessly so your company can concentrate on their core business. They offer leading London Cloud Solutions which is affordable, scalable with built in redundancy; and are here to support your journey to the cloud.


Is James Bond Spectre set to beat Skyfall ratings?

Daniel Craig in SPECTRE

SPECTRE review: ‘a swaggering show of confidence’

This is pure flamboyance from Sam Mendes as the 24th movie of the James Bond franchise combines hold-your-breath action and ghosts of 007 past, says Robbie Collin.

What do we do now?” wonders Madeleine Swann (Léa Seydoux), around halfway through the new James Bond film SPECTRE, shortly after our hero (Daniel Craig) has done away with a villain in creatively gruesome style during a railway journey across the Sahara.

Of course, everyone in the cinema knows the answer – as, you suspect, does Madeleine, who, less than 24 hours after meeting cinema’s premier secret agent at a snow-swathed clinic in the Austrian Alps, has jumped continents to Morocco, boarded the Tangier to Marrakesh sleeper, slipped into an ivory cocktail gown, repaired to the dining car for a Martini (neither shaken nor stirred, but dirty, FYI) and shot a couple of bad guys in the head for good measure. A Bond film’s rules might be predictable, but once its mechanisms start whirring, you can’t help but fall in step. An impossibly glamorous love scene isn’t just a good idea; it’s virtually mandated by the cosmos.

Daniel Craig: ‘My family hate me’

Rome looks like a $300-million-dollar Tiramisu 

If James Bond Skyfall, the 23rd film in the Bond franchise, was about making sense of the Bond character in the modern world, finally resetting the clock with that delicious closing scene – Bond, M and Moneypenny restored to the wood-panelled office of old – SPECTRE, the 24th, is the film that Skyfall made possible. The four-word epigraph that begins the film – “The dead are alive” – reminds you that no film series has been better at raiding its own mausoleum, and throughout SPECTRE, ghosts of Bond films past come gliding through the film, trailing tingles of nostalgic pleasure in their wake.

It starts in Mexico City, however, with something completely new: a hold-your-breath tracking shot, perhaps five minutes in length, that follows Bond through a surging street parade, into a hotel, up three floors, into a suite, out of the window, and much further, without a single observable cut – an instant all-time greatest moment in the franchise.

It’s a swaggering show of confidence from returning director Sam Mendes and his brilliant cinematographer, Hoyte van Hoytema, who shot SPECTRE on luxurious 35mm film – a marked change of texture from Skyfall’s gleaming digital froideur. The film’s colour palette is so full of mouth-watering chocolates, coffees and creams that when the story moves to Rome, the city looks like a $300-million-dollar, fascist tiramisu.

It’s a feat of pure cinematic necromancy 

Bond has gone to Mexico on the advice of M – not the Ralph Fiennes model, but the Judi Dench version, who in a posthumous message that has surfaced since Skyfall, asks him to do away with a contract killer, Sciarra, “and don’t miss his funeral”.

  • SPECTRE: how many classic Bond references did you spot?

Sciarra – or rather, his widow, Lucia, sleekly played by Monica Bellucci – turns out to be the frayed stitch in a conspiracy that loosely knots together the events of the previous Craig-led films. (Or Casino Royale and Skyfall, at least: Quantum of Solace is tactfully ushered off-stage for the most part.) The trail leads Bond to a creaking cabin on the shore of Lake Altaussee in Austria, then on to the mountaintop clinic and Madeleine, whose name’s Proustian resonance – surely the most highbrow Bond Girl pun to date – does, as promised, spirit 007 to an encounter with his past.

Much speculation has swirled around the film’s main villain, Franz Oberhauser (Christoph Waltz), and the particulars of his agenda won’t be mentioned here, but suffice it to say: despite the globe-encircling master plan, this time, it’s truly personal. Waltz occasionally dices with camp, but mostly underplays what’s essentially a ridiculous role, deploying a blank serenity that’s truly chilling in key scenes, including his first appearance in the SPECTRE boardroom, silhouetted against a column of golden light. Craig, meanwhile, captains Bond into a majestically craggy middle age, bringing a mature, clenched physicality to the chase and combat scenes, and even allowing himself the odd crumpled smirk after a deadpan quip.

There is an elegantly subtle moment in M’s office towards the start of the film in which both Bond and his boss both look their age: they’re having to contend with younger, nimbler threats from within as well as without. To that end, the British government is developing an international surveillance scheme called Nine Eyes with a view to rendering the (dated, unaccountable) double-0 programme redundant. It’s being masterminded by Denbigh (Andrew Scott, known to many as Sherlock’s arch-nemesis Moriarty), a Whitehall mandarin whose code name is C: we never find out what this stands for, but given his conduct, it’s easy enough to guess.

We’re also spared the details of exactly what the scheme will entail, though Denbigh talks about capturing “the world’s digital ghost”, and boasts of being able to scan through CCTV footage from any member nation at will. But a couple of junior MI6 members aren’t sold on it: they are, naturally, Moneypenny (Naomie Harris) and Q (Ben Whishaw), both of whom develop their Skyfall roles with charm and wit (and, in Q’s case, some excellent knitwear).

Meet the man who makes Bond go bang

Up against this flinty modernity, though, writers John Logan, Neal Purvis, Robert Wade and Jez Butterworth rub sly references to the Bond canon, and craft moments of pure flamboyance that belong there: a secret base inside a crater, a spot-lit meteor as an interior design feature, a wrestling match in a pilotless helicopter, two leonine sports cars roaring through the Roman night. There is also a torture scene for the ages, peppered with dark laughs, but tense and shiveringly sadistic – which probably tests the film’s 12A certificate to its limit. But Spectre pulls it off in the grand old Fleming style. It’s an act of pure cinematic necromancy.

Find out the latest on James Bond Spectre premier London by clicking here

Learn more about Tantric Journey by going on a workshop

Do you suffer from any form of sexual dysfunction or sexual intimacy issues? Are you embarrassed to discuss sexual dysfunction with anyone? Is this causing a problem in your relationship?

Perhaps it’s your partner who suffers from these issues and you are trying to find a solution to assist him/her.

These are topics that are often a taboo or ignored as one might feel embarrassed and think you are abnormal or that it’s a secret that you can’t tell anyone. Don’t feel alone with the help of Mal and his team at Tantric Journey help is at hand.

We often store blockages and sedimentation and through a yoni massage these are released and healing can begin.


Going on a tantric journey and experiencing the healing that takes place with a yoni massage London will address these issues you might have and enhance your relationships with your spouse or partner. You will become liberated and free your mind of these worries. During a yoni massage you will also experience female ejaculation called Amrita in Sanskrit which facilitate further release of negative emotions clearing the pelvic basin and making sexual organs open and positive creating space for positive sexual energy to grow. You will also experience body shaking, shivering and spasms called Kundalini Awakening to disperse stuck negative energies throughout the body making way to full body orgasmic waves which could last for 20 min – 60 minutes or longer.

Tantric Workshops London

Learn the art of sexual healing and awakening by attending Tantric Workshops London or engaging in some form of Tantric treatment such as a tantric massage London suitable for men or women or couples.

Often in a relationship there is a struggle in the sexual side of the relationship however with Tantric therapy you can once again learn to enjoy each other the way nature intended. Feel liberated and free by engaging in this ancient art of healing.


A wedding fit for a princess

Have you ever wanted the wedding of your dreams? Perhaps as a little girl growing up you day dreamed about the perfect white wedding. The time has come for that special day and you can’t find a suitable venue within your budget or perhaps you have the perfect setting however there is nowhere to have the reception.

Marquee Hire will help make that special dream come true with some amazing marquee designs and décor. You can choose a winter wonderland wedding with special effect lighting and heating you will be able to dance the night away with the new love of your life and your friends.

The skies the limit with the right choice of marquee, you can fit it out in any theme you wish.

Marquee Hire have been involved in hundreds of weddings, functions and special events so they will be able to advise you the best as they draw on all the years of experience to give you sound advice.

Marquee Hire Surrey is your one stop marquee shop when it comes to corporate functions, christenings, weddings etc. they are often featured in magazines or in the news for events they are involved in. Go on line and you can do your own hiring calculation with Marquee Hire Sussex on line calculator for your convenience

Energy Management Software (IBASS)

Set the blue print for your company with RUMM leaders in Energy Management Software and services. Is your company doing their part in saving energy by reducing energy consumption and being aware of the impact of energy saving on the environment? Ensure energy reduction in manufacturing is a priority within your company.

You might be wondering what sets RUM apart from their competitors and why you would consider RUMM, I will tell you why its RUMM’s superior energy management software called IBASS 4?

RUMM IBASS 4 enables the user to interrogate the database that hold the ½ hourly consumption profiles for visualisation, analysis, alarming and reporting on all the data stored. It is RUMM’s proprietary energy management software suite and forms the framework upon which RUMM delivers its energy management services.

IBASS is configured as part of the sub-metering installation process to accommodate the sub-metering system profile to complete the aM&T system.

IBASS is a software suite that enables the visualisation of consumption profiles, constructs user defined reports and targets energy consumption using advanced analysis and alarming. It has been developed by Energy Managers for the end-user energy management perspective so that it is intuitive.

It is the primary tool used by RUMM’s energy account managers to offer energy management services for customers. Our customer’s utilise the power and flexibility of it too. It’s a product that has attracted interest from the “big 6” utility suppliers.

RUMM IBASS 5 – Launched into the market in July 2014, IBASS 5 is the smart phone and tablet enabled version of the IBASS product it has many additional features including a new look and feel, with dashboards and KPI reporting which continues to keep our offering ahead of the marketplace.

An example of the new version IBASS 5 screens is given below:

IBASS 5 KPI normalised Energy Management Software (IBASS)

RUMM IBASS 5 will have cutting edge dashboards and KPI reports with data available for mobile devices. It is being built using the latest .NET technologies. The .NET Framework 4.5 and ASP.NET MVC 5. This helps provide a sophisticated, scalable application that is based upon known standards and offers compatibility across a range of devices from desktop web clients to roaming IPADs.

It is a pure SaaS model and provides multi-threaded simultaneous concurrent web browsing from anywhere in world.

IBASS 5 mobile Energy Management Software (IBASS)

Mobile Enabled IBASS 5 Screenshots

Screenshot Example – Menu Options in Tablet Format

IBASS 5 menu Energy Management Software (IBASS)

Screenshot Example – Dashboard/KPI Reports to Mobile Devices

IBASS 5 KPI mobile Energy Management Software (IBASS)

Meet some beautiful Ladies from Dukes of Daisy

Meet Helen and Emma, 2 down to earth ladies who offer their rent a Woman London service on Dukes of Daisy.

Helen is 32, a red haired, size 12 white British woman who is available in the Northwest region, Birmingham in the evenings and weekends, her client orientation is male and and describes herself as a classy, independent young lady who loves meeting new people.

Helen is Confident, attentive and pleasant in social situations.

And then there’s Emma, these are only 2 of hundreds of ladies to choose from, choose the attributes that you prefer, hair colour, hobbies and special interests as well as client orientation.

Beautiful Emma is 24 years of age, blue eyed with black hair with an added twist of a singular blonde streak and a size 10.


This is what Emma says about herself :

“I’m something a bit different, I have no fixed style and I have many interests, these factors I believe make me a very easy going and open minded kind of girl. I am well educated by my own doing, I love art, poetry, reading wine and good food. I love extreme sports especially ones related to water. I’ll do anything for a thrill and to give others excitement, I’m a bit of a bad girl but I am a lady through and through who knows how to carry herself! I pride myself on my honesty, my kindness, my sense of humour (which can be quite random at times) and my ability to get on with and charm everyone. I appreciate deep and interesting conversation as much as a humorous exchange.
I’m a student of languages and a part time model, I also write my own poetry one of which has been published.

If you decide to go on a date or spend some time with me I promise you wont regret it, I both fit in and stand out at the same time, can be as spontaneous or as organised as you wish, enjoy many activities and conversation topics and I just love people! Lets have some fun together”.

Have fun with a date for any occasion be it a movie, event, play sport there is someone for everyone, so go ahead and click here rent a man London. Dukes of Daisy not only offer ladies they also have hundreds of male escorts to choose from.

IBS hold the largest range of new, reconditioned Siemens Turbomachinery

What sets IBS Blowers apart from their competitors? They are a dedicated team of individuals who continue to uphold the company Mission Statement which is:  ‘To keep the clients operation moving via astute advice, efficient service and technical excellence’.

Each member of this innovative team ensures they continually strive to give of their best and collectively ensure their clients experience excellent service with no unnecessary downtime.

Siemens Turbomachinery

IBS are proud agents in the US & UK for many products such as new Siemens Turbomachinery HV Turbo Blowers.

IBS re-condition and service exchange Siemens Turbomachinery HV Turbo Blowers and provide a full service and maintenance service for Siemens HV Turbo Blowers.


Site Visits and Support

IBS have a team of experienced engineers to provide on-site services and technical/sales staff available to provide telephone support.

They have a fleet of modern vehicles including HIAB equipped flatbeds for speedy transport, handling and on-site support.

If you would like a site visit or want to discuss a project with an engineer either in person or via telephone, simply follow the links above to the relevant page. There you will find contact details.


For site emergency situations, during working hours, they have a turnaround time of 4 hours to respond based on distances up to 100 mile radius from our nearest available engineer. Our offices are open from:

8.00 a.m. – 5.00 p.m. Monday to Thursday

8.00 a.m. – 4.00 p.m. Friday

For value and first class service contact IBS today