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EXTERNAL ENVELOPE; HEATING, VENTILATION & SERVICES


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Gunning Tubular Radiators


Gunning's specially designed Tubular Radiators are low level heating units which are very small in size but due to the large surface area of the spiral finns give an excellent heat output. Tubular Radiators are available in five different lengths, 500mm, 1000mm, 1500mm, 2000mm and 2500mm. They are 100mm in diameter and stand just 200mm high. They come with floor or wall mounts and are powder coated standard black or white.


sales@gunningheating.co.uk Lakehouse’s bespoke heat pumps


Global Energy Systems offer bespoke air source heat pumps which supply customers with hot water and central heating. The heat pumps work by extracting free available heat from the ambient, outside air. Actor Martin Wenner has purchased an air source heat pump from


Global Energy to heat his luxury holiday home situated in the heart of Bowland, Lancashire. It boasts a surround sound cinema, sauna and hi-fi system. By pairing a heat pump, solar panels and a wind turbine Martin has an extremely cost effective and environmentally friendly heating system for his off the grid 5 star holiday let.


enquiries@globalenergysystems.co.uk


‘Outstanding’ learning environment


The eight schools that comprise the Midlands batch of construction under the Priority Schools Building Programme (PSBP) will deliver ‘state of the art’ facilities – right through to their ventilation. Engineering


expertise from air movement specialist Gilberts Blackpool has enabled the team to deliver a bespoke strategy that addresses the issues and considerations raised in the EFA’s ventilation specification for PSBP. Thus, Gilberts’ innovative roof-mounted hybrid Mistrale Fusion System has been integrated into specially-designed roof turrets, to provide stack ventilation to the open areas of each of the schools.


01253 766911 info@gilbertsblackpool.com AET FlexTouch with CO2 Mode Control


AET Flexible Space, a leading provider of Under Floor Air Conditioning systems offers the FlexTouch controller to allow enhanced indoor environment control for occupant users and facilities managers. Available in black or white, the FlexTouch controllers are proving a popular


option for meeting rooms and cellular offices where accessing the floor recessed Fantile controller may be restricted. The new FlexTouch 3 enhanced model incorporates sensors for CO2


01342 310400 www.flexiblespace.com , humidity, VOC’s and


particulate count; all of which can have an effect on indoor air quality and subsequently health and wellbeing of occupants.


NATURALLY FEELING GOOD... Panovista® Max


Sun protection for glass on glass corner windows


• The panoramic view through the corner is fully preserved, without any profi les or cables in sight


• The box and side channels can be hidden in the façade


• Guaranteed wind resistance (in closed position) up till 90 km/h


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ADF APRIL 2017


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