The company was employed by building services engineers Troup Bywaters to provide a natural ventilation solution with the potential to significantly reduce running expenses.
The second win will involve Stannah replacing 20 existing lift cars with new, energy saving equipment, alongside 29 replacements of lift doors on landings and lift cars.
The silent intermittent bathroom and toilet fan operates at just 16dB(A), and currently has the lowest sound rating on the market due to its quiet motor and impeller design.
The range helps in avoiding the risk of outer skin delamination during installation and has already been specified for use in projects in Southern England.
Space Air Solutions is an MCS accredited supplier that supports an extensive range of MCS accredited Daikin Air Source Heat Pumps Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) was launched on the 9th April 2014
The company’s new LST panel heater will be available to view, suitable for application in environments with vulnerable people to offer safe surface temperatures.
Changing Places facilities are a minimum of 12m2 and include an easily accessible toilet room with a hoist, changing bench and privacy screen.
The company’s established products include the Windcatcher natural ventilation system, Sunpipe natural daylight system and Cool-phase low energy and ventilation system.
To be in with a chance of winning, installers must purchase any special promotional pack from the company’s range of cleaners and in-line system filters before 30th November 2014.
The library is the first local authority site in Birmingham city centre to install the Changing Places hygiene room.