Jaga's Maxi Low Surface Temperature (LST) radiator with Dynamic Boost Effect (DBE) technology was chosen for the multi-million refurbishment of the historic Royal Hospital Chelsea in London. As part of the update, appointed contractors CH2M Hill were to renovate the two Long Wards which are homes to the residents affectionately known as the Chelsea Pensioners. Each living quarter was to include its own en-suite bathroom and provide study space, thus improving privacy and quality of life for the residents.
Jaga and CH2M Hill worked closely to ensure the right radiators were specified, factoring in the considerable heat loss which would come from the single glazed windows. The Maxi Low Surface Temperature (LST) radiator with Dynamic Boost Effect (DBE) technology for each living quarter was chosen, being one of Jagas safest, strongest and most powerful heating solutions.
Nzube Igwume, Building Services Engineer at CH2M Hill said, As well as our trust in Jaga formed through collaborations in the past, our safety concerns were further alleviated because Jagas LST radiators have been specified on numerous care home and education projects that required the consideration of vulnerable occupants. For the convenience of the elderly residents, the DBE system noiselessly modulated its output depending on the level of heating required. It also features a unique, easy-to-operate power-boost button that instantly provides a rapid increase in heat output for extra control and peace of mind for residents.