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INSULATION; HEATING, VENTILATION & SERVICES


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Spacetherm®


improves thermal efficiency


The A. Proctor Group’s Spacetherm Aerogel Blanket has been selected for an impressive £14m development of Bristol Waterfront apartments. Grégoire Capron, Project Lead at AWW explains: “We chose to use Spacetherm Aerogel Blanket


from the A. Proctor Group, a high-performance insulation blanket, capable of achieving extremely low U-values, whilst providing us with the flexibility required to work around doors, window reveals, and walls with minimum loss of space.” With a thermal conductivity of 0.015 W/mK, Spacetherm Aerogel’s performance credentials qualify it as one of the best insulation materials available worldwide.


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Kingspan helps deliver learning environment A 21st


Century school has been constructed to


provide a new, single-site secondary school and sixth form. Kingspan Kooltherm Pipe Insulation was specified to help ensure it is both comfortable and low cost to run. 7,000 lm of Kingspan


Kooltherm Pipe Insulation was installed by delivery partners, Gill Insulation. The pipe insulation was used in concealed areas such as in the ceiling voids, on droppers and within low-level boxings, in addition to the plant room and boiler room. With thermal conductivities as low as 0.025 W/m·K, Kingspan Kooltherm Pipe Insulation provided a slim-line solution for reducing heat transmission from the pipework.


01544 388 601 www.kingspanindustrialinsulation.com JS Air Curtains NEW product catalogue


JS Air Curtains has released an updated product catalogue including over 450 units and customisation features set to inspire architects into making a design feature of their entrance’s air barrier system. As well as clear product information and at-a-glance selection


guides, the catalogue incorporates lots of images to illustrate the vast array of mounting systems, colours and aesthetic options available. New to the exposed range is the Essensse Neo air curtain, a highly efficient model, ideal for small shops and restaurants to office buildings and banks. Its unique “straw system outlet” steadily blows out air at high pressure to provide the best possible seal across a doorway.


www.jsaircurtains.com/catalogue


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➊ Every fl ying start to the day begins with a good night. For that you need the healthy indoor environ- ment provided by the AEROVITAL ambience smart. ➋ Sleep and live better with automatic air humidity optimisation, mould and pollen protection and over 80% heat recovery. ➌ Switch to automatic mode or access via the app. Discover the room comfort that suits you. www.siegenia.com


SIEGENIA Window systems · Door systems · Comfort systems ADF MAY 2019 WWW.ARCHITECTSDATAFILE.CO.UK


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