Trox air conditioning in prestige London development

 Trox, 21 Dartmouth Street, X-Cube, air handling units, AHUs, Max Fordham

For the redevelopment project at 21 Dartmouth Street, London, a premium occupant experience was essential to complement the enviable location. The installation of a Trox air conditioning solution, including Trox X-Cube air handling units (AHUs), and X-Aircontrol modules, with the X-Aircontrol Zonemaster, is enabling the building to achieve outstanding levels of efficiency alongside elite levels of comfort.

When specifying the air conditioning system for the building, the main contractor, mac group and their M&E services consultants, Max Fordham, required a solution which would combine optimum comfort conditions with outstanding environmental performance. The solution, provided by air conditioning specialists Trox UK, incorporates precision-engineered air handling units, and provides the latest VAV capability featuring advanced zone control technology to deliver best-in-class energy efficiency and occupant comfort.

The system includes two Trox X-CubeE air handling units. Each X-Cube incorporates Trox’s integrated controls package, whereby damper actuators, pressure, temperature and humidity sensors as well as heat recovery control and fan control strategy are linked into the X-Cube digital control network.

Both units incorporate thermal wheels with pre-programmed strategies, selected to meet BVU efficiency in accordance of the ErP 2018 standard. This is the highest level of smart technology, combining pre-set algorithms, developed by TROX, to facilitate rapid reactions to changes in building load.

Picture credit: Nicholas Worley 

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