AET offers alternative control for underfloor air conditioning

Published:  03 August, 2016

AET, air conditioning, BMS, BEMS, Building management systems, controls

AET Flexible Space’s FlexTouch mountable controller provides easy adjustment of the temperature and fanspeed of fantile units in its underfloor air-conditioning system. The traditional way of controlling the fantile units is via a hatch in the grille that covers the recessed fantile. The FlexTouch controller provides control without having to access the control in the fantile itself.

The FlexTouch controller has been adopted by clients at City Gate House and 55 Baker Street in London, where controllers have been retrofitted to existing installations.

FlexTouch controllers are available in black or white.

For more information on this story, click here: August 2016, 102

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