Monodraught introduces larger SunPipe for high ceilings

Published:  04 August, 2010

Monodraught, SunPipe, natural daylight

The latest addition to Monodraught’s SunPipe is the 1000 mm Diamond Dome model, which has already been installed on two buildings in a science park. It is designed to provide more light, especially in buildings with higher ceilings such as sports centres and retail outlets, which are increas­ingly being designed with ceiling heights of 12 m or more. The 1000 mm model is calculated to achieve a 70% improvement in performance at a height of 12 m compared to the 750 mm model.

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