AET Flexible Space equipment has been specified for a total of 24,000 m2 over 19 floors of the Korea Expressway headquarters. he Korea Expressway Corporation is a large company with over 4500 employees and is responsible for construction and maintenance of expressways in South Korea. AET's under floor system was specified by the client due to its height saving capabilities, flexibility and speed of construction.
The AET under floor systems utilise the plenum beneath a raised floor as the ventilation duct, eliminating the need for ceiling based duct work, potentially reducing height of new build construction by up to 10% and making it easy and economical to adapt to changes in the workplace. The conditioned air is introduced into the space via floor recessed fan terminal units or Fantiles, which are easily relocated with the 600 x 600mm raised floor tiles and also feature integrated controllers allowing users to personally adjust temperature and fan speed settings.
Large size CAM-V zonal air handling units were specially developed for the Korea project; CAM-V100 and CAM-V150, capable of supplying air volume at up to 16,500 m3/ hour. The conditioned air is supplied into the workspace via 800 TU4 fan terminals or Fantiles, incorporating EC fan technology for minimal energy consumption; another recent product development by AET Flexible Space. This installation was also one of the first AET Flexible Space projects to incorporate the latest AET Flexvisor remote monitoring system connecting the nineteen zones and interfacing with the main BMS.
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