AET Flexible Space is currently delivering equipment to 33 Glasshouse Street, London after receiving the order from Emico early this year.
The unusually shaped building is currently undergoing full structural reconfiguration and refurbishment to form larger, open plan floor plates and Category A office accommodation to be created on floors three to seven.
AET Flexible Space are supplying their space saving underfloor air conditioning to floors three to seven of the building; working with Consultants, WPP and Architects, Buckley Grey Yeoman.
With underfloor systems, fully conditioned air is fed into the plenum by zonal downflow units (CAM), which is then supplied into the workspace via fan terminal units (fantile).
The system specified for 33 Glasshouse Street is a CAM-C Direct Expansion system with supply and return air distributed via the floor plenum.
The fantiles supplied are AET slim line TUS-EC fan terminals, designed to fit into the shallow floor plenums and with EC motors for enhanced energy efficiency.
The fantile units feature integrated controllers where users can personally adjust fan speed and temperature to suit their own comfort.
Systems can be configured with underfloor or high level return and can easily integrate with passive or other ventilation systems.
Instead of a rooftop chiller providing chilled water, the building will be using Daikin Heat Pump units to maximise use of space and energy efficiency.
The project is due for completion during Q2 of 2016 and main contractor McLaren is on target for a BREEAM “Very Good” status.
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