1 x max.e3-15
Total treated airflow - 16 500 m3/h
As the concern for the carbon footprint rises and the BREEAM assessment method is becoming more and more of a standard in the modern buildings, infrastructure and masterplanning projects, DamVent Ltd is also part of this new sustainability movement.
In 2015 one of our state-of-the-art 3rd generation AHU, namely the one-piece hybrid max.e3-15(16500m3/h) was used as central ventilation unit complete with heat recovery and built-in heat pump utilizing up to 100% of the extract heating/cooling, to minimize the requirement of supplementary heating to the fresh air supply in a brand new 9 storey Cat. A 65,000 sq ft office building located on the corner of Bishopsgate and Liverpool Street, Central London.
The Damvent max.e3-15 is one of the crucial Building Services elements of the Aldermans Building that help it achieve a Carbon Saving of 11%. This helps the building to achieve BREEAM Excellent mark.
We would like to thank Damvent representative in the UK - Phil Bullock and GDM Partnership for the excellent job they did with this project.
The combination of old and new buildings also presented a challenge to the distribution of fresh air and other utilities, but our hybrid max.e3-15 reached and exceeded it.
Damvent delivered max.e2- 06 with digital compressor and airflow 4000 m3/h for a reconstructed kitchen and dining room for one of the Vestas A / S, factories in Denmark. The project was realized in close cooperation with company "ETRECO" A / S DENMARK - which is a designer and general contractor.Learn more
Office building, 42 The Trinity Square
Damvent delivered a hybrid AHU to the newly refurbished Office building located at 42 The Trinity Square, London, EC3 4TH, UK.Learn more
MBAL Uni Hospital
Damvent delivered all the AHU for the ventilation system of the newly build in Hospital General Medical Treatment Facility in the town of Panagyurishte, Bulgaria. The total number of 39 pieces of AHU for the whole ventilation of the hospital complex. The total treated air flow is 115 750 m3/h.Learn more