Trox stars in 5-star international hotel

Trox, air conditioning, grilles, diffusers, sound attenuator
A host of air-handling equipment from Trox helps deliver a high-quality environment in the 5-star Kameha hotel in Bonn, German.

The international-award-winning 5-star hotel in Bonn, Germany, has installed a wide range of Trox air-handling equipment to deliver a high- quality environment. Designed by architect Karl-Heinz Schommer, the Kameha hotel has 190 rooms and 63 suites designed by Dutch designer Marcel Wanders. It also has an 18 m-high event hall that can hold 2500 people.

The hotel was named as one of the world’s best international real-estate projects at the MIPIM real-estate trade fair in Cannes.

The engineering team for the project approached Trox to supply the air-conditioning equipment, which includes large numbers of grilled, slot, swirl and floor diffusers, volume flow controller and sound attenuators. Trox also supplied smoke detectors and fire dampers.

Mark Dawes, international sales manager with Trox UK, said, ‘This is an outstanding building setting new international standards in occupant comfort. The Trox Group is very proud to have been selected to create the perfect environment for this award-wining hotel.

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