If the air supply system is well designed, nobody will notice; no noise, no draughts, no smudging on the ceiling and with the Opticlean diffuser from Krantz, you’ll not even see it. Don’t stand out for the wrong reasons.
The Opticlean diffuser utilises the project specified perforated metal ceiling tile as it’s faceplate, and due to it’s unique inductive air discharge pattern, no room air comes into contact with the surface of the tile, thus avoiding smudging and reducing maintenance.
The Krantz portfolio of Floor Diffusers have been market leaders for 30 years and have been specifically developed to cover a wide range of applications from true displacement to underfloor mixed flow for densely occupied spaces.
The radial outlet has the added feature of occupant control of the air plume for further fine tuning in the pursuit of optimum comfort.
Krantz Floor Diffusers are commonly used for undersea supply outlets for high prestige conference centres and auditoria. Diffusers are available in high strength polycarbonate or cast aluminium. Specific finishes available on request.
High induction slot diffusers from Krantz combine sleek appearance with rapid mixing of supply and room air, resulting in draught free conditions in the occupied zone.
The diffuser profile allows discreet integration in the ceiling design offering flanged or recessed profiles that can be arranged in continuous or finite lengths.
Airflow adjustment is via colour coordinated plastic rolls which can be set to provide optimum discharge patterns.
St James’ Market, comprising of 14-20 Regent Street and 52-56 Haymarket, provides 31,500 m2 (340,000 ft2) of mixed-use accommodation and brings together world-class 21st century architecture with preserved historic facades. In November 2015, Advanced Airflow Solutions supplied the project with Opticlean Diffusers in a contract worth in excess of £100,000.00.
Designed in 2004 by architect Rafael Viñoly and costing over £200 million, 20 Fenchurch Street (nicknamed “The Walkie Talkie”) is prominent commercial skyscraper in London. Construction was completed in 2014 and the top-floor “Sky Garden” was opened in January 2015. The building consists of 34 storeys, making it the fifth tallest building in the City of London. In November 2015, Advanced Airflow Solutions supplied Opticlean diffusers (type OC-Q) to the 24th floor refurbishment for Internationally renowned Law firm, Vinson & Elkins.
The £29.5 million extension to Belfast’s Waterfront Hall is due for completion in December 2015. The development will double the size of the existing conference and exhibition facilities at the hall and offer an additional 4,000m² of conference, exhibition and banqueting space plus a 2000m² major hall and a minor hall of 750m². Advanced Airflow Solutions supplied grilles & diffusers in a contract worth in excess of £94,000.00
The landmark building is the head office of the Co-operative Group. One Angel Square in Manchester is one of the most sustainable large buildings in Europe. It is powered by a biodiesel cogeneration plant using rapeseed oil to provide electricity and heat. The structure makes use of natural resources, maximising passive solar gain for heat and using natural ventilation through its double-skin facade, adiabatic cooling, rainwater harvesting, greywater recycling and waste heat recycling.
In August 2015, Advanced Airflow Solutions supplied Barnsley 6th Form College & Construction centre with our standard grilles & diffusers in a contract worth in excess of £40,000.00
Liverpool Philharmonic Hall is the home of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Society and is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade II listed building. In March 2015, Advanced Airflow Solutions supplied Liverpool Royal Philharmonic concert hall with Opticlean Diffusers.
Windsor Walk Medical Centre is a 5,000m² centre of excellence for Fetal Medicine to be occupied by King’s College Hospital. This building rehouses the world leading clinical unit and research centre, caring for more than 10,000 patients each year, in a high quality hospital and research environment. In June 2015, Advanced Airflow Solutions supplied Windsor Walk Medical Centre with Terminal HEPA units.
Located next to Aberdeen International Airport, Phase 1 of the development boasts extensive facilities; restaurants & cafés, a fitness centre, sports hall and convenience shopping.
In Winter 2014, Advanced Airflow Solutions supplied standard grilles & diffusers to the project in a contract worth in excess of £125,000.00
The Roslin Institute undertakes top-class basic and translational science to tackle some of the most pressing issues in animal health and welfare, their implications for human health and for the role of animals in the food chain.
The Centre was formally established during 2008, and in 2011 moved to a new £60.6M building on the University of Edinburgh's veterinary campus at Easter Bush.
The Roslin Institute provides holistic solutions to global challenges in human and veterinary medicine and the livestock industry.
The National Graphene Institute is a research institute and building at the University of Manchester that is focused on the research of graphene. Construction of the building to host the institute started in 2013.
The five-story glass-fronted building will provide 7,600 square metres of research space. This includes two clean rooms, one of which occupies the entire lower ground floor and a 1,500 square metres research lab including laser, optical, metrology and chemical laboratories, along with offices, a seminar room and accommodation.
The MTC opened in 2011 and was founded by the University of Birmingham, Loughborough University, the University of Nottingham and TWI Ltd. MTC’s industrial members include some of the UK’s major global manufacturers and innovative SMEs.
The MTC aims to provide a competitive environment to bridge the gap between university-based research and the development of innovative manufacturing solutions, in line with the Government’s manufacturing strategy.
The MTC is part the High Value Manufacturing Catapult, supported by the Technology Strategy Board (TSB).