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Airvent Service – no location too difficult – Updated

Back in May, we reported (as below) on a difficult challenge faced by Airvent for the smoke ventilation servicing at Eldon Square Gardens.

Thanks to Warren Access we were able to employ the use of a 23m spider lift to gain access to otherwise unreachable rooflight ventilators to carry out the service.

For further information on Warren Access and their products and services, please visit their website at: www.warrenaccess.co.uk.. They have also added a case history on this joint project which can be found here.

Smoke ventilation servicing at Eldon Square Shopping Centre in Newcastle, is hampered by challenging architecture; a fact that has caused many maintenance firms to shy away from undertaking such works.
Not so for Airvent, which has employed the use of a 23m spider lift to gain access to otherwise unreachable rooflight ventilators.
“As a company, Airvent doesn’t believe in saying no,” explains Charles Hurdman, UK Sales Manager. “That’s why we always look for creative solutions to real-world challenges, offering uncompromised service levels without taking our eye off our customers’ core concerns; fire safety and cost-effectiveness.”
This aspect of the servicing project involved the maintenance work on smoke casement ventilators, located at the top of six pyramid rooflights in the shopping centre.
Please see below for a selection of images from this project…

Airvent Service – no location too difficult – Updated

Back in May, we reported (as below) on a difficult challenge faced by Airvent for the smoke ventilation servicing at Eldon Square Gardens.

Thanks to Warren Access we were able to employ the use of a 23m spider lift to gain access to otherwise unreachable rooflight ventilators to carry out the service.

For further information on Warren Access and their products and services, please visit their website at: www.warrenaccess.co.uk.. They have also added a case history on this joint project which can be found here.

Smoke ventilation servicing at Eldon Square Shopping Centre in Newcastle, is hampered by challenging architecture; a fact that has caused many maintenance firms to shy away from undertaking such works.
Not so for Airvent, which has employed the use of a 23m spider lift to gain access to otherwise unreachable rooflight ventilators.
“As a company, Airvent doesn’t believe in saying no,” explains Charles Hurdman, UK Sales Manager. “That’s why we always look for creative solutions to real-world challenges, offering uncompromised service levels without taking our eye off our customers’ core concerns; fire safety and cost-effectiveness.”
This aspect of the servicing project involved the maintenance work on smoke casement ventilators, located at the top of six pyramid rooflights in the shopping centre.
Please see below for a selection of images from this project…