Scottish Local Authority uses Mark hot water radiant panels Infra Aqua Eco
Conversion and renovation of a former Amazon facility to make place for the new Fife Council Head Quarters and depot at Bankhead, Glenrothes.
The planned activities in the building are Council Head Quarters, warehousing and maintenance of various vehicles and equipment. The Council had a range of facilities across the region, they wanted to have it centralized in Glenrothes.
Fife Council Engineer and Designer Jonathan Coppock selected the Mark ECO Panels for their low energy consumption, high performance and aesthetics – “The job needs to look good and work well”. Specialist Mechanical Services Contractor Livingston Mechanical were selected to complete the installation due to their experience and ability commenting – “We have successfully used the Mark Panels before and having significant experience in similar projects we were able to complete the installation in a time frame meeting the clients expectations”.
Radiant panels are for Mark Climate technology one of the fastest growing products. In almost every type of building they can be used; applications in sport facilities, industrial, logistic warehouses, schools and care centres are growing and popular. In addition to all advantages of radiant heating, heating like the sun, the panels are also compatible with just about any type of heating source such as: biomass, condensing boilers, district heating.
In the Bankhead depot the INFRA AQUA ECO four pipe radiant panel were selected with a great performance level. High output in combination with good looks. Click here to find more about this product.
In total 30 radiant panels were supplied with an overall length of 604 meters.