Paddy Hastings
Churn is not cheap — Paddy Hastings

Dealing with the need for churn

While you cannot design office accommodation that will never need rearranging, you can design for flexibility and ease of change — as PADDY HASTINGS explains.

The cool solution to office churn

IAN LILLEY explains how putting air conditioning under the floor can massively alleviate the problems of rearranging and repartitioning offices.

Electrical systems that could almost be designed for churn

Pre-fabrication and the use of modular systems assembled off-site is now common practice throughout the construction industry. MIKE JOHNSON discusses the benefits of modular wiring systems.

Gesis
Wireless connection with controlling switches (a 4-way version is shown) makes installation and subsequent reconfiguration of lighting system quick and simple.

Wireless switching offers churn benefits

Changes to the the control of lighting systems can be easily achieved following the installation of Wieland Electric’s Gesis RC product family using wireless technology from EnOcean.

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