Smoke Vent Windows, Surespan manufactured and supplied a SRHGE/AOV 140° opening, thermally broken, Aluminium, Glazed (split into 2 panes), single leaf smoke ventilator to a business in London. Designed to fit structural opening 2000 x 1200mm (hinged on the 2000mm side). It will provide 2.04m² free air flow.
When you’re living in a big city, you want to use every bit of space you have. In a seething metropolis of souls, everyone is looking to do the best with what they have and expand their scope. There’s a few ways that you can do this, and a lot of people don’t even know how. We’re taking a look at three simple ideas for you to use to expand living space.
Surespan were approached to manufacture a bespoke roof access solution for a block of luxury offices and apartments in Putney Bridge Road, London.
The boxed glazed sliding rooflights with a glazed vertical upstand were designed to fit a structural opening of 1000 x 3075. The sliding lid was operated electrically via concealed 24v DC actuators and a push button switch.
The new thermally broken sliding roof hatch opens horizontally on fixed or telescopic rails. The hatch features the following key points:
- Thermally Broken Lid & Upstand
- Fixed or Telescopic Rails
- ‘Lift-Off’ Unseated Opening
- Self Sealing Double Seals
- 0.43 W/m²K U-value
University of the Arts, London – Combined Roof Access and AOV
A first for Surespan, these huge electrically operated sliding glazed roof hatches also provide free airflow of 7m² for smoke ventilation! These bespoke designs were part of a redevelopment on Great Portland Street in London.
Supplied to a Biomass fuel plant in Coatbridge, Scotland. This 3500 (137″) x 4000 (157″) biomass sliding cover features fixed external rails and electric operation.
Surespan supplied a number of circular dome rooflights with triple layers to The Key, situated in the new Science Central development at Newcastle University. These large 1500 (49”) and 2000 (79”) diameter polycarbonate domes feature triple layers providing a U-value of 1.8 W/m²K. The rooflights were supplied with electric opening actuators to allow ventilation to control the temperature of the fabric structure.