Crane Dominates at Tower Wharf

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Control valves for the heating and air-conditioning systems in this Development at Bristol are being supplied by Crane Fluid Systems.
Crane’s Z3000 Dominator flow-management system for fan-coil units is among a full range of control valves being supplied by Crane Fluid Systems for management of the heating and air-conditioning systems for Tower Wharf on Bristol’s floating harbour district. This 6-storey office development of 6600 m2 has a 4-storey glazed atrium entrance and distinctive waterfront elevation. The Dominator system combines all required valve components and connecting pipework into one unit, fully assembled and ready to connect.
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