AET Flexible Space — Less Waste. A Better Space.

What is Underfloor Air Conditioning?

Less Waste. A Better Space.


Underfloor air conditioning uses the space beneath a raised access floor for the distribution of air.
Watch our short video to see how it works.

Case Studies

Recent Projects


AET Flexible Space is installed in over 300 projects worldwide including some notable, award winning developments.

Working with Underfloor Air Conditioning

What are the benefits?


Our systems are proven to offer solutions to unique design challenges, and that’s not all.

Space saving

Less waste, a better use of space is our ethos.

Flexibility

UfAC systems are inherently flexible

Sustainability

UfAC systems are sustainable by design

Comfort cooling

UfAC creates comfortable and adaptable working environments

Design freedom

UfAC systems satisfies unusual layouts and configurations

Healthy workspace

We believe in cooling people, not machines.

Speed of fitout

Faster installation, reduced worker time on site

Construction cost savings

5-7% saving in total construction costs

News


Latest UfAC news from around the globe.

BLOG: The Sustainable Answer by Matthew Edney

What is sustainability? Well, that’s the question we should all be looking to answer, right? Sustainability means meeting our own needs without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. For years developers have been progressing their projects using tried and tested methods, but those methods are now being put under the spotlight. […]

AET’S underfloor air conditioning technology shortlisted for Sustainability Award

AET Flexible Space have been shortlisted for the Sustainability Award at the EG Tech Awards 2021. Underfloor air conditioning technology is a sustainable alternative to traditional ceiling-based systems, and the judges were particularly impressed with the results of using it in a redevelopment project of a 1930s Clerkenwell factory, Harella House. Some of the key […]

BLOG: Game Changing Active Air Filtration for Commercial Offices by Matthew Edney

In light of the current world wide pandemic there have been many people speculating on the future of Commercial offices, and whether or not it will ever be safe enough to go back full time. Great efforts have been made throughout the industry to change how commercial property is developed, including how to achieve net […]

Accreditations


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