The velta heating and cooling system uses one set of pipes circulating warm or cool water to achieve the desired temperature.
Higher insulation specifications for new buildings, combined with an increase in the internal load generated by IT equipment, mean that we now have a greater demand for cooling than ever before. People are demanding and striving for better levels of comfort in the work and living space. Depending on the construction method, the velta heating and cooling system can be used in most buildings including:
The design of a new houseblock led the main contractor Kier London to a pre cast solution.
The flagship B&Q store in New Malden, London benefits from having 9,000m² of the velta classic heating and cooling system in the slab, contributing to renewable energy sources on site.
Located in the centre of the West Suffolk area the new public service village has been designed to use sustainable methods of energy saving.
Having completed several health centres with heating only applications working directly for Eric Wright, velta developed a solution to provide velta classic and velta tecto screed systems.
This new headquarters for the Department of Constitutional Affairs provides 47 courtrooms in a 16 storey building in Manchester. velta's classic screed system was installed to provide both heating and cooling to the 700m2 atrium area which rises to 11 storeys high.
Leeds based architects, Watson Batty, wanted to utilise the new office's full potential so velta was appointed to incorporate the velta metal deck system in to the structural composite construction.
In 2008 at the Advanced Manufacturing Park (AMP) in Rotherham, construction started on a new addition, the Environmental Energy Technology Centre (EETC. velta installed a contec heating and cooling system.
The Balanced Office Building in Aachen saves 94% energy for cooling and 60% energy for lighting through its daylight control. velta offered a solution in the form of the velta contec, which provides comfort, flexibility and effective energy saving.
The state-of-the-art Rathbone Rehabilitation Centre in Liverpool cares for people with long term mental health problems in en-suite rooms. velta designers worked closely with the architect and M&E Consultants to develop the classic screed and siccus dry fit solutions for this project.