Dunham-Bush has supplied more than 290 Cougar and Puma fan coil units to Woodford Heating and Energy for installation at the prestigious residential development Morello Quarter, formerly the Galaxy House site in Croydon.
The scheme is a joint venture between Redrow Homes and regeneration specialist Menta, operating under the banner of Menta Redrow.
Just 15 minutes by train from Central London, this unique development has created 290 two and three-bedroom high specification apartments in four connected buildings, with concierge and boutique style reception areas.
Billy Eastman, contract manager from Woodford Heating and Energy, said: “Each apartment has been fitted with ultra-quiet Dunham-Bush Cougar fan coil units, installed to serve the lounge and bedroom areas. This ensures the occupants achieve comfortable room temperatures in both summer and winter”.
The Cougar Fan Coil Unit is a slimline (only 180mm deep) waterside control chassis unit with EC motors, designed specifically for this type of application. Another important feature of the Cougar model is the simplicity of access for maintenance, such as cleaning or replacing filters.
Puma Fan Coil Units have also been installed in the reception and lift areas of the building. These units are vertical waterside control chassis units with EC motors.
Unusually half of the site has been dedicated to garden landscaping, creating a peaceful outside space for the residents. The residents will also benefit from an on-site gym, and close proximity to shops and transport hubs.
The development aims to achieve Level 4 of the Code for Sustainable Homes and has a low emissions strategy.
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