Combat HVAC helps bring new life to Liverpool market

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Combat HVAC (formerly Roberts-Gordon) radiant heating has been installed as part of the £2.2 million rejuvenation of Great Homer Street indoor market in Liverpool. The installation is based on the CoRayVac system and was installed by Briggs & Forrester.

This bespoke solution was specifically designed to meet the requirements of the building. The heat is directed to the walkways. To minimise noise, the system has a single vacuum pump situated in an acoustic housing.

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