Air Curtain at Marconi Building

JS Air Curtains has supplied a bespoke Zen air curtain for use at the Marconi Building in The Strand, London. The Marconi Building is an imposing Grade II listed building containing prestigious luxury apartments and penthouses. The air curtain was specified to match the same colour as the entrance of the building, thereby meeting both aesthetic and functional objectives.

Air curtains seal an entrance with an invisible barrier of air, preventing cold air entering in the winter and air conditioning escaping in the summer. A comfortable temperature can then be maintained within the room and a building’s energy costs reduced.

The Zen is part of JS Air Curtains’ Designer Range and has a contemporary architectural style. It can be fitted with bespoke fascia panels of different materials and any RAL colour, and can also carry signage, branding or even elements such as clocks. It is available in 0.5m lengths from 1m to 2.5m, with electric or water heaters or as a non-heated, air only model.

Low noise, double inlet centrifugal fans with external rotor motors provide up to 6,475m3/h airflow making it suitable for use on doorways up to 3.5m. The control panel has five speed selection and is easy to connect to the air curtain with 7m of plug and play RJ45 lead. The Zen can also be controlled via BMS.

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Bespoke Zen air curtain
Matched to same colour as entrance
Contemporary architectural style

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