Overheating of glass lift shaft solved using MicroLouvre

Taylor Village Architect Redner of Louvres

Posted March 29, 2018

Wesley Taylor Village, Narrabeen NSW: An existing glass lined lift shaft was found to have temperatures exceed 50 degrees celcius in the summer, making it a health and safety issue for the residents at this aged care facility. MicroLouvre solar shading was the ultimate solution for this problem. Read more…

Rundle Place, SA

Rundle Place 88

Posted May 2, 2016

PROVEN PERFORMANCE. HOT SMOKE TEST 42M WIDE SMOKESTOP™ ACTIVE SMOKE BARRIER

Coopers Fire SmokeStop™ active smoke barriers were incorporated on all retail levels to separate the mall area into 2 separate zones when activated by general fire alarm (GFA). Each active smoke barrier deploys, at a controlled rate of descent under fail-safe by gravity, to 2.1 meters above finished floor level and therefore creating a baffle at ceiling height of approximately 3 meters in depth. Read more…