Jaga's Oxygen ventilation system along with Maxi LST radiators has been specified as part of the £7 million complete re-build of the James Aiton primary school in Glasgow. The state-of-the-art facility comprises of seven classrooms, separate assembly and dining halls, as well as a library and Information and Communications Technologies room.
South Lanarkshire Council were happy to specify the Jaga Oxygen ventilation system along with Maxi LST radiators. Consequently, James Aiton Primary School became the first school in Scotland to implement Jagas unique Oxygen technology. To help increase concentration and reduce lethargy, the Oxygen refreshers decentralised supply units built into Jagas Low-H₂O radiators bring in the outside air before filtering it. Then, the Oxygen units four mechanisms combine to create a controlled cycle of clean air, ensuring consistent circulation throughout the space.
The Maxi LST features a low surface temperature that remains cool to touch an ideal solution in a classroom full of vulnerable children. The safety considerations expanded further still, with Jaga providing bespoke oversized casings to aid the contractor in concealing all pipework connections and builders work openings so there were no exposed dangers.
Additionally, with an installation of 18 radiators, it was crucial to use a solution that was unobtrusive within the learning environment. Opting for the two-metre Maxi LST resulted in providing the same output as larger radiators, from a more discreet, compact unit.
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