Pre-fabricated plant rooms for schools

Published:  12 May, 2005

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Using pre-designed packaged plant rooms from Armstrong Integrated Systems, work in schools can be carried out over any weekend throughout the year — not just during the summer break.

Six pre-designed packaged plant rooms specifically for educational sites have been developed by Armstrong Integrated Systems.

Instead of waiting until the summer break to build a new boiler room on site, a prefabricated plant room can be built and installed over a weekend at any time during the academic year.

Final connections are simplified by using 3D graphic modelling, which enhances ability to plan the system and ensures the speed and efficiency of installation.

These plant rooms are offered in a range of sizes to match load requirements from a small school to a college.



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