Ability fan-coil units installed in Londonís latest landmark tower
Published:  06 May, 2008

Fan-coil units made by Ability Projects have been installed in the spectacular Stratford Eye complex in the London Borough of Newham. This development by Wates for the London & Quadrant Housing Trust comprises a 19-storey tower of luxury apartments and a lower-level linear complex of commercial and mixed-tenure residential accommodation.

Ability supplied 98 Trojan 2-pipe fan-coil units with cooling capacities of 1 to 4 kW and electric heating of 1 to 2.5 kW and NR 38 noise levels for installation by Rotary Southern.




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