Our innovative achievements talk for our lead position on the market. Below you can find some details on our technical solutions and why to choose our team for cooperation.
In 2015, we made a complex HVAC design, in which we integrated heating and cooling installations into one single machinery station so that both heating and cooling building's needs were mutually balanced. In this project we have used a fairly unique combination of heat pumps (able to produce heat and cold at the same time), solar thermal collectors (extremely effective in summer) and heat recuperation from the exhausted air (also using a heat pump). The result of supplemental heat requirement from the heating district network has been reduced to the minimal level. The building will be assessed with the BREEAM certificate. The idea of mutual balancing heating and cooling needs of a building, especially in the sustainable architecture, nowadays is starting to be more popular solution . This is why our bureau is on the strict front line of innovative HVAC engineering market.
In 2010, as the first designing team in Poland, in a large scale office building (of the total cubature volume of ca. 80 000 m3) we applied a solution based on the use of passive heat/cool from the ground underneath the building. It was a glycol circulating installation with pipelines placed under the construction's foundations, below level -3. Heat/cool was used for the thermal stabilization of building's double glass facade( the space between two glazing) and also in pre-heat exchanger at the fresh air inlet before AHU. Similar solutions became more popular in use after the year 2014. Until now passive cooling/heating from the ground is still considered as a true innovation.
In 2006, we were true forerunners in Poland thanks to our design of using the rainwater in domestic purposes, based on the tank retention. Only after the completion of our works such solutions became widely used. So, the building with the installations became the trendsetter for technical solutions in Poland.
In 2003 in one of the historic buildings we created a solution based on a underground ducting heat exchanger in the line of fresh air supply system . Today it is a fairly common technique, however back in the days it was absolutely new .
In 1999, in one of the office buildings our team designed cooling systems based on use of the adiabatic cooling of chiller's evaporator in order to obtain a better efficiency . During recent modernisations of the building, about 80% of installations designed by our team were kept in the original shape , including the system of chillers adiabatic cooling. The building has been certified in 2015 with the BREEAM very good. Nowadays, this solution is gaining a wide recognition on the market of buildings subject to BREEAM/LEED certification.