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30 AIR CONDITIONING & VENTILATION


simultaneously, if needed. The mini-VRV heat pump systems provide either heating or cooling, but we have kept the flexibility by providing each of the upper apartments with two systems, one for each living area and one for the bedrooms. “The large apartment beneath is air conditioned with a conventional heat recovery system served by a 16 hp condensing unit discreetly positioned at the rear of the building.”


The apartments have a mix of discreet, concealed fan coil units – including wall mounted vertical chassis units and medium static ceiling units – meaning the air conditioning is almost as invisible indoors as it is outdoors. For high-density urban areas, where space is an expensive commodity and planning restrictions aim to reduce the visual impact of air conditioning units, knowledge of the latest climate control system innovations is key.


By incorporating climate control systems designed specifically for urban residential properties, a comfortable indoor climate can be achieved without compromising valuable free space, while complying with planning regulations.


Martin Passingham is product manager at Daikin UK.


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