Market Leaders for 30 Years.

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 underfloor supply outlets for high prestige conference centres and auditoria. Diffusers are available in high strength polycarbonate or cast aluminium. Specific finishes available on request.

Reference Projects.

  • University of Birmingham New Library

    Due for completion in 2016, the 16,000 sq.m of the University of Birmingham New Library is arranged over six levels. As a result of the refurbishment, energy use will be reduced by around 50% helping the University achieve its 20% CO2 reduction by 2020.

    In July 2015, Advanced Airflow Solutions supplied over 1000 Krantz Rotary Floor Twist outlets (type DB-DA) to the project.

  • University of Ulster

    Construction on the £250 million, 75,000 square metre Belfast campus began in 2014 and is expected to complete in 2018. The University of Ulster is currently the largest building project in Northern Ireland.

    In August 2015, Advanced Airflow Solutions supplied Krantz Rotary Floor Twist outlets (type DB-DK) to the project.

  • Cancer Research, Angel Building, London

    Launched in late 2010, the Angel Building in Islington transformed from an under-used early 1980s commercial block into an award-winning office space, reinvented by architects Allford Hall Monaghan Morris (AHMM). The building, on a prominent site at the corner of St. John Street and Pentonville Road, provides 263,000 square feet (24,433 sq m) of high end office space, with a cafe, specially commissioned works of art and large roof terraces.

    In July 2015, Advanced Airflow Solutions supplied Krantz Floor Displacement outlets (type Q-B) to the project.

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