Archive for October 2011

Automated Control Services

Welcome to ACS At Automated Control Services (ACS) we pride ourselves on working closely with our clients in the initial phases of a project, formulating sound and cost effective solutions for Smoke and Daily Ventilation systems. We also appreciate how vital after sales service is in current demanding markets. Our office and engineering staff are…

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ACS with Action Air / Naco

naco - Sunscreens and Natural Ventilators

ACS is pleased to now be an official partner of Actionair/Naco. Our Nationwide network of engineers will provide a fast response to all installation, repair and maintenance issues associated with any of the Weatherbeta range of Smoke and Natural Ventilation Louvred products. For all new installation enquiries or maintenance and repair of existing systems, please…

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Dolphin Quay, Poole – AOV Case Study

Dolphin Quay - AOV System

This AOV Case Study is for the installation at Dolphin Quay in Poole of a multi-zone AOV system incorporating ‘end of corridor’ window AOV’s and high level roof mounted aluminium louvred AOV’s. All of the zones are linked back to a concierge mimic panel with manual override facility.

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AOV – Honeycombe Beach

AOV - Honeycombe Beach

This ACS Case Study is for the Installation of Corridor AOV’s and stairwell OV’s to multiple residential blocks within the prestigious Honeycombe Beach development in Bournmouth. The installation included timber framed stairwell vents, large bottom hung glazed corridor vents and flat roof aluminium louvres. The AOV system was also interfaced with door release systems.

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Building Bulletin 101

Ventilation for Building Bulletin 101

The Building Bulletin 101 provides the regulatory framework for the provision of natural ventilation in schools and colleges. The regulation states that Natural Ventilation should be provided for teaching and learning spaces and should be capable of providing an air change at a minimum rate of three litres per person per second. The system should also…

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