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INSULATION; HEATING, VENTILATION & SERVICES


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Kingspan provides full system solution


IKO Polymeric have expanded their existing Chesterfield headquarters with an energy-efficient warehouse, featuring a top class building envelope and daylight solution from both Kingspan Insulated Panels and Kingspan Light + Air. The building envelope was completed with a Topdek flat roof system, with a durable and UV-resistant


IKO Armourplan membrane. Meanwhile, Kingspan Light + Air worked with the project team to create a lighting specification, which maximised the natural daylight within the warehouse. To achieve this, Kingspan Day-Lite Vault rooflights were installed.


www.kingspanpanels.co.uk www.kingspanlightandair.com Providing a slimmer insulated fall


Kingspan Insulation has introduced Kingspan Thermataper TT44-K and Thermataper TT47-K, its first tapered roofing systems to incorporate Kingspan Kooltherm insulation, delivering excellent drainage and thermal performance with slim, lightweight


constructions. Kingspan Thermataper TT44-K and Thermataper TT47-K are designed for use on new and existing roofs with concrete or timber decks. Kingspan Thermataper TT44-K and Thermataper TT47-K can provide an effective flat roof drainage solution without the need for a structural fall.


01544 387 384 www.kingspaninsulation.co.uk Yonos PICO the small pump to specify


A range of new features has been added to the Wilo Yonos PICO circulator – specified primarily for residential homes and properties, for heating systems and air conditioning equipment. Together with the new functions, the compactness of Wilo Yonos PICO has been dramatically improved to make it easy to install. Front access to motor screws and the Wilo


connector position, contribute to the adaptability of the pump in any installation. Importantly, new ease of use functions make maintenance far easier for the installer. Manual restart is a response to a specific request from the market, as is the new constant speed mode.


01283 523000 www.wilo.co.uk Lowboard provides ideal UFH solution


A complex and time constrained redevelopment contract in central London is making extensive use of ‘LowBoard22’ underfloor heating panels, as well as other products from the OMNIE range, to offer optimum comfort and flexibility of living space for its future residents. The


LowBoard22 panels are a widely specified and very popular product within OMNIE’s UltraLow offering with an overall panel depth of 22mm, accommodating 12mm diameter pipe runs. This offers low water volume while the relatively small diameter pipe is also easy to push into the precisely routed board profiles.


01392 363605 www.omnie.co.uk


Kingspan embraces the past A £12.4 million extension to the 19th


century


Dunfermline Carnegie Library in Scotland is helping raise the town’s cultural profile. The new building is designed and built to comply with Scottish Building Regulations, with the help of Kingspan. Kingspan Kooltherm K15 Rainscreen Board and Kingspan Kooltherm


K10 Soffit Board feature a fibre-free core manufactured with a blowing agent which has zero Ozone Depletion Potential (ODP) and low Global Warming Potential (GWP). The product has been assigned a highest possible BREEAM Green Guide summary of A+.


01544 387 384 www.kingspaninsulation.co.uk Sto provides robust wall insulation


Insulation products from Sto Ltd have been used to provide a robust external wall insulation system for a new rugby club building in Scotland. The StoTherm Classic K system provides outstanding thermal


insulation and a market-leading impact resistance of 60 joules. This is up to 10 times greater than similar cementitious systems and so was the ideal choice for the rugby club environment where it might be subject to impact. The thoroughly proven system was fixed to the pavilion walls using StoLevell Uni mineralic reinforcing mortar, which allowed for fast, easy and secure installation.


01418 928000 www.sto.co.uk Welcoming BB101 2018


Breathing Buildings has welcomed the 2018 edition of BB101: Guidelines on ventilation, thermal comfort and indoor air quality in schools. Focusing on the vital balance of indoor air


quality, thermal comfort and efficiency BB101 2018 sets more stringent air quality targets, is tougher on summertime overheating, and recommends a pre-mixing of air to eliminate cold draughts. Hybrid ventilation systems are also introduced in BB101 2018 alongside traditional natural and mechanical ventilation, offering specifiers an alternative ventilation design strategy for schools.


01223 450060 www.breathingbuildings.com Tenant fit-out for SVC


AET Flexible Space engineers have just completed a Cat-B fit-out of underfloor air conditioning equipment on the fifth floor of 180 Great Portland Street for new incoming tenant, strategic communications specialist, Sard Verbinnen & Co. The system installed


throughout the six floors at 180 Great Portland Street is a CAM-C chilled water system with underfloor supply air and underfloor return air. The CAM-C downflow unit supplies conditioned air into the plenum beneath the raised access floor, which serves as the ventilation zone as well as space for power and IT distribution.


01342 310400 www.flexiblespace.com


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