Dyer Environmental Controls have produced a day-to-day natural ventilation system for the newly restored historical Belleisle Conservatory.
Dyer provided a simple but clever solution, requiring just two high powered rack and pinion drives.
Timber supports were fitted to the existing high level cross beams securing the drive brackets, enabling the two ZA drives to operate the linkage arms, which in-turn will operate the windows. The windows span across the entire length of the conservatory roof.
Two WRG weather stations monitor the outdoor conditions, e.g. wind and rain. They provide a close signal whenever rain is detected.
Similarly, two RTR thermostats monitor the indoor conditions. They provide open and close signals to maintain the set temperature within the conservatory.
Two SLT wall mounted key switches are located at either end of the conservatory for manual over-ride.
Dyer’s efficient solution provides maximum control of the day-to-day natural ventilation.
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