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Swimming Pool Scene BUSINESS NEWS


Heatstar Offer Installation Support


ABOVE: Heatstar provide a Commissioning Certificate to show a true diagnostic of new environmental controls systems.


Heatstar, the environment control specialists, provide system commissioning visits completely free of charge – free labour, free parts and free consumables.


When the installation is nearing completion simply contact


Heatstar, confirm the product details and book your visit. This should take place when the installation is complete and at the point of ‘switch-on’. The visit usually takes between one and two hours and covers a checklist of over 120 different items covering all parts of the Heatstar system.


The people who carry out these commissioning visits are fully trained and experienced Heatstar in-house service engineers. They will carry out a full inspection and verify that the system has been installed correctly and is running efficiently.


In order to achieve maximum operating and energy saving


efficiency from day one it is, of course, vital that Heatstar systems are installed correctly. If the installation of the equipment, ductworks, wiring and pipe work has been carried according to the Heatstar design documents the system should perform as intended. However, to have the whole system checked and commissioned by Heatstar gives both contractor and client added reassurance and peace of mind.


On completion Heatstar also provide a Commissioning Certificate to show a “true” diagnostic operating record of the new system. Heatstar Tel. 01983 521 465 (Select option 2) Email service@heatstar.com www.heatstar.com


London’s Skypool Contract Secured


Barr + Wray have secured the contract for the design, supply and installation of the filtration system for the unique ‘Sky Pool’- a world-first in swimming pool design.


The stunning pool will link two residential buildings in the Embassy Gardens development in London - the residential heart of London’s newest neighbourhood, Nine Elms on the South Bank. The structure-free pool will be suspended ten storeys above the ground, allowing residents to swim from one building to the next while taking in the views of some of London’s famous landmarks. The 25m x 5m pool will be entirely transparent with a water depth of 1.2m.


Barr + Wray will work alongside Ballymore Group as the main contractors and Arup Associates on the project. With specialist input from Eckersley O’Callaghan and aquarium designers Reynolds, the experience is intended to be more akin to an aquarium than a pool, with glass that is 20cm thick.


“This exciting new pool will have a number of unique design considerations, but we thrive on the challenge! The end result will feel like floating through the air,” says Sean Mulryan, Ballymore Group chairman and CEO.


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ABOVE: Barr + Wray will be delivering London’s ‘Sky Pool’ in association with Ballymore Group and Arup Associates.


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