Air curtains come with added style

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These bespoke vertical air curtains made by JS Air Curtains for a prestigious office development in London incorporate a motion detector to operate the door.
Two vertical stainless-air curtains from JS Air Curtains have been installed as part of the refurbishment of the entrances of Aldwych House in London. JS worked with property specialist King Sturge to incorporate motion detectors and lighting into these units, whilst at the same time complimenting the stainless-steel architecture of this development. The entrance is 4 m wide and has an air curtain on either side mounted on a marble plinth. These bespoke air curtains are joined by an overhead stainless-steel transom that incorporates four recessed downlights and a motion detector to activate the automatic sliding door. All electrical cabling is housed in this transom, which was also designed and made by JS.
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