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181,000 sq ft warehouse heated with Mark Radiant panels

Posted by fidest press agency su giovedì, 30 aprile 2015

climate_changeMark Climate Technology radiant panels are heating Total E&P UK Limited’s 181,000 square feet warehouse facility at Aberdeen Gateway business park.With this new facility Total E&P UK Limited consolidates its existing warehouse facilities at Gateway. Since early 2013 Mark Climate Technology worked on this project locally with the Engineering Designer Atelier Ten and Services Contractor Richard Irvin to optimize the heating solution for the customer.Mark Infra Aqua Eco radiant panels are a practical and energy efficient option for multifunctional and versatile warehouse facilities which store all kinds of oil and chemical materials. Their insensitivity for explosion risk also make them a very safe solution.Additional advantages are: low energy consumption and maintenance costs, no dust spread and no lost space. Hot water radiant heating has become a very popular heating solution in Europe. Mark Climate Technology has delivered radiant heating systems for schools, sport facilities, industrial and commercial buildings.
Total is a leading energy player on the international stage, and the fifth-largest publicly-traded integrated international oil and gas company in the world. Almost 100,000 Total employees leverage their knowledge and expertise to discover, produce, refine and convert oil and gas into products and services for customers worldwide. Total is also developing energies that can partner oil and gas — today, solar energy and tomorrow, biomass fuels.
Since 1945 Mark Climate Technology (www.markclimate.com) has been manufacturer of climate control equipment: air heating, radiant heating, ventilation equipment and air handling units. Mark Climate Technology is based in Groningen (the Netherlands) and, together with branches in Ireland, Germany, Belgium, Poland and Romania, serves the whole of Europe. (photo: MarkInfra)

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