Client: Olympic Village
Type of work: supply of Zehnder Nova
Offering a sense of sophistication and style when entering the larger apartments and town houses of the Olympic Village, the Zehnder Nova radiator has been specified for use within the entrance hall. Whilst under floor heating was the preferred choice throughout the remainder of the apartment or house, unfortunately the heat loss calculated within the entrance halls necessitated an additional heat output, so an alternative heat source was required.
The Zehnder Nova was an obvious choice for the parameters we were working within explains Paul Doyle, Mechanical Consultant at Hilson Moran, engineering consultants. Offering complete flexibility of design and installation, with vertical or horizontal versions and a wide range that includes double panels or combination and convector fins, the Zehnder Nova provided the necessary flexibility to meet the required heat output in the given space.
Using a 1.8m high, vertical, double panel Zehnder Nova (NVV) the architect was able to design a recess within the hallway to accommodate the radiator, maximize the available space and provide the required heat output to maintain a comfortable indoor temperature.
We are very pleased with the finished project adds Paul, the radiator offers a stylish and modern aesthetic, whilst providing the necessary heat output for the area.