This article sees Glen Dimplex Heating & Ventilation discuss the rationales behind the specification of comfort cooling systems for city-based apartments, plus the impact on energy efficiency and commercial viability.
GDHV’s Zeroth Energy System is currently the first modern ambient network to be installed in multiple projects across the UK, offering a range of benefits that were designed to answer the challenges of HVAC system integration in large residential developments.
The following is a snippet from GDHV’s new TÜV SÜD guide. The company is considering diversity in HVAC systems and how it affects HVAC system specification and application design.
With summertime temperatures rising, GDHV looks at the opportunity reversible heat pumps provide to reduce overheating and make new homes comfortable.
Diversity factors are used to determine design flowrates for developments and correct sizing of the distribution systems within an ambient communal network. GDHV has more…
Ambient network systems, such as the Zeroth Energy System by Glen Dimplex Heating & Ventilation (GDHV), are being increasingly specified for multi-occupancy developments.
Glen Dimplex Heating and Ventilation explore the main commercial considerations for specifying comfort cooling in city-based apartments in this article…
A development by Galliard Homes at Church Road in the area of Leyton in London is one of the first in the UK to showcase the benefits of the cutting edge Zeroth Energy System, from Glen Dimplex.
The Zeroth Energy System, from GDHV, features at the Harbour Lofts regeneration project – a complex boutique development in Poole’s historic Quayside.