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UFAC – Providing Superior Comfort and Quality for Occupants

Specifying heating and cooling services for commercial workspace can be challenging, especially when considering speculative office developments where requirements can change frequently.  Making use of the plenum beneath a raised […]

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Prestigious New Build in Ghana Chooses Under Floor Air Conditioning

One Airport Square is a 20,000 m2 mixed-use development currently under construction in the growing commercial district of Airport City in the Ghanaian capital Accra.  This Landmark building comprises 2000 […]

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City of London Refurbishment benefits from Under Floor Air Conditioning

AET Flexible Space have recently supplied their under floor air conditioning system to another height restricted London refurbishment at 20 Cannon Street, near St Paul’s Cathedral in the City of […]

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76-88 Wardour Street overcomes height restrictions using AET Flexible Space

  AET Flexible Space has recently supplied Under Floor Air Conditioning (UFAC) equipment to another high specification refurbishment in the Soho area of London at 76-88 Wardour Street.  Constructed in […]

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Flexible Space System Cost Savings

back to articles Cost savings will be achieved over the whole life of the Building, not on just the initial construction FSS offers cost savings in nine areas which may be […]

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Flexible Air Traffic Control for TAG Farnborough

back to articles Advanced Ergonomic Technologies (AET) is flying high with another prestigious application of its market leading Flexible Space System. The installation forms part of TAG Aviation’s ongoing redevelopment of […]

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AET brings Flexible Space Air-Conditioning to Landmark Willis Building

back to articles Advanced Ergonomic Technologies (AET) has completed another prestigious UK installation of its market leading Flexible Space System, incorporating AET Flexible Space Underfloor Air Conditioning and special Raised […]

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Raised Access Floor Systems

back to articles A Raised or Access Floor provides an elevated structural floor creating a void for the passage of mechanical and electrical services. They are widely used in modern office buildings, […]

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Re-thinking HVAC Services can help reduce Whole Life Costs

back to articles Building services are the single most adapted elements of a building during its lifetime.  Glan Blake-Thomas, Managing Director at AET explains how solutions which deliver greater flexibility, […]

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Great Portland Street Refurbishment wins BCO Innovation Award

back to articles 180 Great Portland Street, a grand Edwardian block in London, has been extensively renovated, with the help of AET’s Flexible Space System. This former residential mansion block […]

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New Air Heat Recovery Unit

back to articles Sustainable HVAC solutions provider Advanced Ergonomic Technologies (AET) has recently united with the Italian air-conditioning manufacturer, Primaria, to provide its New Air heating and cooling solution, integrating […]

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Energy Efficiency Award for Latvian Bank HQ

back to articles AET’s Flexible Space underfloor air-conditioning system has helped the Alojas Biznesa Centrs, home to the central office of Finland’s Nordea Bank in Riga, to secure the highest […]

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Tricorn House, Birmingham

back to articles Download ‘Building’  May 2006:  Tricorn House    

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AET Flexible Space at No. 1 Cavendish Place

back to articles The AET Flexible Space underfloor air-conditioning system is part of the high specification on offer at No. 1 Cavendish Place, an exclusive office refurbishment in the heart […]

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Under Floor Air for Surrey University

back to articles Advanced Ergonomic Technologies Ltd (AET), the manufacturer and supplier of the Flexible Space System,  its market leading underfloor air-conditioning system, has successfully completed a project for the University […]

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Air Conditioning in Tall Buildings: A Comparison between Central Station VAV and Zonal Floor based Systems

back to articles This paper sets out to demonstrate the financial benefits of using floor based systems and the improvements in user efficiency as a result, compared with the use […]

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