Pipehawk Plc

0.50 (4.0%)
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Pipehawk Plc LSE:PIP London Ordinary Share GB0003010609 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.50 4.0% 13.00 642,666 15:56:10
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
12.50 13.50 13.25 12.50 12.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Machinery Special Industry 6.19 -0.87 -2.40 - 4.72
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:07:47 O 20,000 13.00 GBX

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Posted at 11/1/2023 08:08 by fozzie
Options granted, share price needs to be above 25p for 20 consecutive days. That would be nice.
Posted at 20/10/2022 08:18 by someuwin
Ventive funding sorted, So PIP looks interesting again.
Posted at 11/10/2022 12:08 by pldazzle

"Millions of pounds in government innovation funding will be awarded to two dozen projects looking to address technical and skills barriers to heat pump use.

An app to improve heat pump commissioning and a system with integrated heat storage are among the recipients of government innovation funding.

Two dozen technology projects will receive a shared pot of financing through the government’s ‘Heat Pump Ready’ programme that was unveiled as part of its 2021 Heat and Buildings Strategy. The total sum of the finance is £15.03m.


"A sum of £1.49M will be provided to Ventive to assist with the development of a modular heat pump system that can be pre-plumbed and pre-configured with controls and energy storage before before arriving on site.

The company is partnered with QM-Systems and Clear Blue Energy on the project with the aim of offering more simple to installed [sic] systems that can offer integrated ventilation, heating and hot water with causing disturbance [??] in properties.

Another aim of the technology will be to make use of in-built sensors to help adapt heat pmup performance to meat the specific needs of individual properties based on thermal mass, user behaviour and heat loss."

I don't recall PIP publicising this? How likely is it that part of the funding will flow to QM?

Seems fairly encouraging anyway, despite the implication that the Ventive product may not be quite as oven-ready as we had been led to believe.

Edit - This from the horse's mouth:

Project title: Modular Heat Pumps for Cell Based Microfactory Assembly
BEIS Grant Value: £1,498,600.00
Project partners: QM-Systems Ltd, Clear Blue Energy Ltd
Project overview
Ventive are designing a modular Heat Pump that will provide significant cost and CO2 savings across the installation, operation and production phases.

Ventive Home Heat Pumps are demand responsive, fully integrated Indoor Environment Control systems providing integrated ventilation, heating, and hot water with free summer cooling. The Heat Pump will arrive pre-plumbed and pre-configured with monitoring and renewable energy storage to enable quick and simple installation.

Since each home is different (size, heat loss, thermal mass, occupancy, user behaviour), Ventive will use an array of integrated sensors to assess the indoor environment and adapt the performance of each system, learning and optimising its operation to drive improvements in energy efficiency, energy storage and load shifting capacity.

Posted at 19/5/2022 23:21 by hydrus
Unfortunately the half year report was a little disappointing. On its own that would not put me off but coupled with the worsening economic conditions I think it is not going to necessarily be an easy period for PIP. I sold out late March but I hope they can progress as planned. I think it's important to be agile with your views on small caps and act accordingly when conditions change. There is a real market opportunity but the question for now is whether people will hold back on paying for heatpumps at this time. I'll be watching with interest.
Posted at 13/3/2022 20:30 by dave4545
That is as rare as hens teeth.

Could you imagine if every investor trader looked at Pip for the first time and read about the Ventive product and potential sales then looked at the market cap.

But results first, if they weigh in with decent profits, or any profits as Pip long history is first half losses then combined that should be the catalyst to break out continually.

Posted at 11/3/2022 10:30 by someuwin
Predicting 7,500 Ventive Home sales over 18 months.

So maybe 4,000 over 1st year. and we know QMS would get £7.5m revenue for that year.

So QMS get £1,875 revenue per unit.

They're predicting 100,000 sales by 2025. That would be £187.5m revenue to PIP/QMS.

...And the Ventive contract is only one of many contracts QMS have (and we still expect another major contract to be signed soon)

And QMS is only one of several subsidiaries PIP has.

Surely PIP is a mega bargain at only £10m

Posted at 11/3/2022 09:02 by dave4545
ramp of the week

100,000 units made in 2025, sold for £3000 each, £300 million turnover.

5% profit margin each so £15 mil to QM

Modest PER of 10, £150 mil market cap

Share price 450p

People selling around 27-30p after the RNS.

Posted at 04/3/2022 06:59 by dave4545
Why would you go to the lengths of signing a partnership, designing a product together, moving into a new premises together only to then try and say thanks but we will get it made by somebody else. Do you not think the "somebody else" will charge a lot of money to make it, and have you not considered how skilled QM systems are for making the new product too, why on earth would you jeopardise that when it clearly works well for both parties.

Moaning about no updates, well it;s March and Pip have brought out their interims in March for as long as I can recall, so it's not long to wait for a update. As always in this game there is zero patience. Perhaps you sold this week, if you are "disappointed" then you must have took advantage of the price hike this week and sold , looks like it hit 33-34p to sell.

For me in a stock I like to see a reason to sell a stock and so far Pip have done nothing to make me do that, it's been excellent news after excellent news hence the price has shot up from 3p to 34p high in 2 years.

Posted at 15/2/2022 13:08 by dave4545

Actively promoting the benefits of heat pumps today on twitter.

Launch of theirs/pip's just might be the catalyst for the next stage of Pip's share price explosion, so from 5p to 25p and then perhaps 25p to 75p

Posted at 01/2/2022 12:30 by dave4545
I've watched DBOX in amazement last few days, not saying it's not justified but "profits to be substantially ahead of 700k ebitda forecast"

But their market cap has almost reached 3 times the size of Pip, yet I think Pip is making way more profits than them atm

Remember Pip's QM systems made £350k in last quarter....350k in 3 months, if they can keep that momentum going, add on the others like Thomson, Aiden, Utsi, then throw in a big commercial deal with Ventive their green energy play.

This current 25p price could be a steal

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