Damvent Projects

Belfield Offices

Our first hybrid AHU from Damvent arrived in Ireland in January to an office block in Belfield for McKeon Bros. Thanks to Structuretone for organising the crane lift for us. We are really excited to bring these innovative units, that can dehumidify and reheat the air without using any additional electrical heaters, to Ireland.

Whips Cross Hospital, Surrey

One piece Hygienic Air Handling Unit – max.e2-H-09.
Total heating power of the Air Handling Unit –48.5 kW.
Total cooling power of the Air Handling Unit – 42.1 kW.
Total treated fresh air volume – 4860 m3/h.
Additional filtration class – F9.
The Air Handling Unit is equipped with internet communication circuit board for remote access and BMS communication card.

 

One piece Hygienic Air Handling Unit – max.e2-H-03.
Total heating power of the Air Handling Unit –19.4 kW.
Total cooling power of the Air Handling Unit – 11.3 kW.
Total treated fresh air volume – 1260 m3/h.
Additional filtration class – F9.
The Air Handling Unit is equipped with internet communication circuit board for remote access and BMS communication card.

St Catherine’s School, Surrey

Damvent delivered a hybrid AHU for the Auditorium of  St. Catherine’s School, based in Bramly, United Kingdom. The units is produced to deliver 100% fresh air and it’s and air-handling unit with built-in heat pump from the type max.e3. The air volume 4 320 m3/h. The specific of this particular project was that Damvent specialists made the assembling of the Air Handling Unit on site together with the commissioning.

St Catherine’s is an academically selective Church of England School with a strong focus on roundedness.  It offers all its pupils access to a first rate education in the broadest sense. There are 900 pupils, aged 4 – 18, including some 260 in the Preparatory School, 150 boarders in the Senior School (from 11+) and 170 in the Sixth Form.

Trinity Square, London

Damvent delivered a hybrid AHU to the newly refurbished Office building located at 42 The Trinity Square, London, EC3 4TH, UK. The unit is a max.e3-06 and is VAV (Variable Air Volume) with constant supply temperature control. The automation system is configured according to the building requirements and is integrated with the BMS via BACnet protocol.

Due to the specifics of the project and the inability to deliver it in one piece, it was necessary for Damvent specialists to assemble the unit on site. Despite the complexity of the delivery, the AHU was manufactured and factory tested before being disassembled and delivered to site.

Other Damvent References

Damvent have experience in this market across the UK and Europe.  Check out their recent projects on their website.

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