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One New Change

Project Overview

Location

London, UK

Architect / Consulting Engineer

Jean Nouvel (Ajn Architects)

Contractor

Spie Matthew Hall

Distributor

Bss (Islington) Ltd

Specification

Swing check valves, strainers, ball valves, balancing valves, butterfly valves, wafer check valves, double regulating valves and Dominators
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Described as the ‘most prestigious and desirable office space in London’, One New Change provides 560,000 sq. feet of modern office and retail space. In the heart of central London, the build contains offices, shops, cafés and restaurants, all of which will be heated or cooled by ceiling-mounted fan coil systems. Completed in 2012, the first tenants included K&L Gates, a leading global law firm.

Large varieties of Crane Fluid Systems valves were selected to control and measure the flow rates around the fan coil systems. Chosen for their weight and space saving as well as their durable quality, the Crane FS valves can be easily commissioned and allow very precise control of the heating and cooling systems.

Published: 2012
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