The push for energy efficiency has resulted in buildings that are well insulated and sealed, causing overheating. In most cases, using the existing smoke control equipment can provide a simple and inexpensive solution.
Colt Group has received the RoSPA President’s Award for Occupational Health and Safety 2014. This award can only be given to organisations who have won a RoSPA Gold Award for 10 or more years consecutively.
The Airlite louvred ventilator is Colt’s answer to the demand for ever-increasing energy efficiency and cost effectiveness with its high insulation, low air permeability and excellent aerodynamic and acoustic properties.
Using the unique Colt Piatra software, we can predict how much energy a building will consume and how much carbon it will produce when different types of ventilation, heating, cooling and shading equipment are installed.
Colt have provided natural ventilators and Universal Louvre to the exterior of the building and Shaft systems, ducted mechanical smoke extract systems, smoke curtains and FM1 automatic fire curtains for the interior.
In 2012 Colt Group continued to build on its strategy of stability and growth, increasing its operating profit by nearly 20% to £4.65m (€5.74m). It also achieved a strong cash performance, generating £5.5m (€6.7m).
Colt designed and installed ventilation systems to provide fire protection to eight of the residential blocks and associated car parks as well as solar shading for the 'Orbital' tower at the London 2012 Athletes Village.
Colt has announced its decision to revert to operating in the Republic of Ireland through a local specialist distributor in order to continue to offer customers a competitive product range and quality service...