Air conditioning reaches new heights in Malaysia

Telekom Tower
Hiross underfloor air conditioning is being installed in the new 60-storey building of Malaysia Telecom in Malaysia to provide an environmentally friendly system and flexibility to respond to future ‘churn’. Work on installing the air conditioning began as the building reached its 40th floor. A total of 60 000 m2 is to be air conditioned by 280 zone units with 1500 air-supply terminals recessed into the floor and 6000 grilles. It will be controlled by a Hiromatic system with Hirolink interface to the building-management system. AET won the order for the project. Tel. 01342 310400



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