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SE Controls smoke control & environmental ventilation solutions at BAU 2017

  • 9 Jan 2017

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SE Controls, international smoke control and environmental ventilation specialist, will be at BAU 2017,  Europe’s major trade fair, to showcase its innovative range of actuators, facade automation and window control solutions.

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SE Controls products at BAU 2017

BAU 2017, Munich, 16 -21st January 2017

SE Controls will demonstrate key products from its smoke control, room monitoring and environmental ventilation systems, supported by fully functioning displays showing them in operation.

SE Controls products at the event will include:

  • SECO N 24 25 and SECO Ni 24 40 chain actuators
  • OS2 SHEVTEC Controller and 30A power supply unit (PSU)
  • NVLogiQ™ Room Controller with PSU
  • OSLoop Co-ordinator

SECO chain actuators

SE Controls’ SECO chain actuators for facade and window automation will attract particular interest from visitors at BAU 2017.

Both the SECO N 24 25 and SECO Ni 24 40 actuators are available in single and twin chain configurations to provide effective opening and closing of top, side and bottom hung, as well as pivoting windows with virtually silent operation.

Operating on 24V dc supply, all models are CE marked and suitable for use with environmental ventilation projects, while the SECO Ni 24 40 is certified and tested in accordance with the harmonized EN12101-2 standard, making it suitable for use in smoke ventilation systems. Window seal relief is also incorporated within the design to optimise window weather performance.

The maximum stroke length on the SECO Ni 24 40 is 900mm and up to 350mm for the SECO N 24 25, making them suitable for a wide range of operating parameters and installations while the thrust and closing forces produced by the single chain SECO Ni 24 40 and SECO N 24 25 are 400N and 250N respectively, which are doubled on the twin chain models. Configurable speed control is also available on the SECO N 24 25 to provide accurate positioning within a range of environmental strategies.

Standard installation details for all major system company profiles are available on request, enabling the accurate selection of brackets and fixings, thereby ensuring the installed product is fully tested and is compliant to EN12101-2

BAU 2017 Visitor Guide App

SE Controls has sponsored the BAU 2017 Visitor Guide mobile App that will help you plan your visit to the event.

To download the app, click the link below, select the relevant mobile operating system and install.

http://bau-muenchen.com/trade-fair/at-the-fair/app-mobile/

Visit SE Controls at BAU 2017 in Munich, Hall B2: Stand 534

Contact:

SE Controls,
Lancaster House,
Wellington Crescent,
Fradley Park,
Lichfield,
Staffordshire,
WS13 8RZ

Visit SE Controls's website

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