Kilmarnock Council Chambers
Innovent have recently supplied a range of Halton AFA displacement terminals to the new Council Chambers Building in Kilmarnock. Working with East Ayrshire Council building services consulting engineers, we assisted in the design and selection for the displacement ventilation system. With comfort and acoustics being a priority for this very high-profile council building, displacement ventilation offered the solution which satisfied the strict design criteria the client and consultant were looking for.
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The Halton AFA displacement terminals were located along the outside wall of the council chambers and were hidden behind a decorative stainless steel cover plate (see photograph). The units were fed via ductwork from below and the system was balanced using a Halton PRA conical iris damper which offered optimum balancing performance and low noise, ideal for this type of system.
Halton AFA displacement terminal with stainless steel fascia.
Innovent have recently supplied the TWA radiant heating panels to Midlothian Community Hospital. Selected and designed to provide the optimum performance for this prestigious hospital, Innovent (Scotland) Limited worked in conjunction with DSSR in Glasgow and T Clarke in Falkirk to provide a radiant heating system to suit the requirements of the client.
The close working relationship Innovent have with TWA in Bristol ensured that the panels selected for the projects were suitable for each location and application. TWA panels are tested to EN14037-1 for radiant output and are tested at Stuttgart University. Panels on this project were a combination of plasterboard mounted security panels and standard grid ceiling panels.
TWA plasterboard mounted radiant heating panel