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The Quest hotel HVAC systems by Temperzone
Made in New Zealand – it's a claim not many suppliers can make about their products. Temperzone can, however. The firm has been producing locally designed and manufactured chilled water fan coil units for more than 45 years. Numerous buildings throughout New Zealand benefit from these products and The Crossing is no exception. The Quest Highbrook Serviced Apartments building features a chilled water system to keep guests and staff comfortable.
The air conditioning system incorporates 88 Temperzone fan coil units, installed by Chillex Services, for cooling and heating. All units are fitted with run-on timers to dissipate any residual heat. Two Temperzone IMDL 130 fan coil units serve the hotel lobby. These are controlled by the building management system (BMS).
All the guest rooms on Levels 1-6 are served by one or more Temperzone IMDL 40 fan coil units, with the exception of Room 11, which is served by a Temperzone IMDL 90. Each unit has an individual Schneider room temperature controller. The power is activated via the room key card, which in turn activates the fan coil unit controller.
Recent developments to Temperzone's fan coil range include the addition of high-efficiency EC motors that can be independently controlled via a BMS; and the new low-profile (260mm) IXDL-Y Series of multi-zone units that eliminate the need for VAV terminals.
Private Bag 93303, Otahuhu, Auckland 1640Phone (09) 279 5250 Fax (09) 275 5637www.temperzone.co.nz email@example.com
First published date: 19 December 2013