Trox fancoils for Crossrail office development

Trox, fan coils, fancoils, grilles, Farringdon, London, Kaleidoscope, offices

Trox fancoils and grilles have been selected for a new office development at Farringdon East Crossrail station in London. The development, known as Kaleidoscope, will be a six storey office building of 88,600 sq ft with a restaurant unit on the ground floor.

Developers are aiming to achieve a BREEAM Excellent rating, and the Trox PWX fancoils will assist in meeting this goal, as well as providing optimum flexibility for the layout of the office spaces. TROX PWX units feature new inlet attenuators, inlet plenums and discharge attenuators capable of achieving outstanding performance across a wide range of applications. SFPs across the range comply with and exceed Part L requirements, with typical values between 0.15 to 0.25 W/(l/s) at 30 Pa ESP.

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