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Frenger produces parametric BIM models by use of REVIT for their wide range of chilled beams...

Over 10% Increase in Performance for Frenger’s Heating Panels Validated by Independent Testing to EN 14037

Frenger supplied & installed the world's largest Chilled Ceiling (175,000m²) at the Shell Building in 1962.

Frenger unveils its latest hard copy and electronic download literature "Chilled Beam Architecture & Design", showcasing how Frenger’s varied chilled beam solutions can be used in different building environments.

Brand New £45 Million , 6 Story Building in the heart of Lambeth which now is to house the council’s civic operations in 11,500m² of Grade A office space has achieved BREEAM Excellent Rating.

Frenger have supplied their latest generation (X-Wing®) of ‘Radiant’ Passive Multiservice Chilled Beams (MSCB’s) to this four-storey 6,000m² building which is designed to accommodate their Computer Science facilities.

Great news for HVAC Designers , there's now an addendum to table 35 of Part L (Non Domestic Building Services Compliance Guide 2013) which now affords an additional 0.3 SFP to the AHU (Air Handling Unit) to enable greater flexibility in choice of energy efficient space conditioning solutions.

Active Chilled Beam Technology gains Carbon Trust Approval and is set to be added to the ETL (Energy Technology List) this summer.

Due to good planning and precise packaging Frenger can maximise the amount of chilled beams into shipping containers more efficiently than ever before.

Government wanted 20% improvement in energy efficiencies, settled for 9%, could have 22% today for commercial buildings air conditioning.

Frenger successfully deliver "Radiant" Passive chilled beams to Sydney Olympic Park