Air Trade Centre supplies to a luxury real estate project in Shanghai
Air Trade Centre supplied HRA-U 500 double flux heat recovery units to "La Vue", a luxury real estate project in Shanghai.
These ventilation units are intended for a prestigious apartment complex situated on the Huangpu River in downtown Shanghai. The complex borders the site of the 2010 World Expo.
This private real estate project, named ‘La Vue’, consists of two, round-shaped towers featuring 195 chic apartments, the highest quality facilities and five-star, hotel-like service. One tower has 31 floors, the other 32. The primary renters and owners of these apartments are drawn from the international community.
Air Trade Centre’s delivery of its HRA-U 500 double flux heat recovery units to La Vue is now underway, coordinated by Shanghai Nather Air Tech. Co. Ltd in China.
World leading suppliers
The Shanghai-based Jin Die Real Estate Development Co is developing this project, which was designed by the SWA architecture agency and is being built by the LONG YUAN construction company. A local company is installing the ATC ventilation units, which were specifically developed for residential ventilation. Air Trade Centre’s export department finalised this Chinese order.
A wide but selective group of suppliers was chosen to participate in the La Vue project (which an international real estate magazine has hailed as ‘world class’). These suppliers are all global leaders in the luxury market sector and include: Vaillant, Miele, Grohe, Poggenpohl, Samsung, Villeroy & Boch, Daikin, Berker, Ecowater, Laufen and Grundfos. Air Trade Centre is the European leader in its market segment.
Unusually high yields
The Chinese project development company selected the ATC product HRA-U 500 (500 m3 per hour) due to its extensive energy saving capabilities and unusually high efficiency yields. The ventilation units simultaneously supply clean air and remove ‘dirty’ air. Clean air drawn from outside is filtered and then pumped into the residence. Independent of this, the same unit extracts the ‘dirty’, used air (for example from toilets, bathrooms and kitchens) from the home and blows it outdoors again. Because the extracted air flows crosswise through the intake air (without the two air flows becoming mixed), the heat from the extracted air is supplied to the fresh air, resulting in substantial savings in heating costs. ATC products offer extremely high efficiency yields, up to 95% of the heat from the extracted air is transferred to the fresh air intake.
The unit’s primary advantages include:
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