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Los Angeles has found the solution to keeping building occupants cool and comfortable: Metropolitan Air Technology’s Remotely Controlled Battery-Powered Airflow Balancing Dampers. And sales are heating up.
Touted as the largest private development in British Columbia, Parq Vancouver delivers on it’s intent to be a world-class venue. From it’s opulent exterior to it’s luxurious and contemporary interior spaces, Parq’s architectural requirements challenged those that designed the buildings mechanical systems.
Remotely operated balancing dampers allow airflow balancing where access is limited, like the impressive Shanghai Disneyland.
Considered one of the worlds top brands, Disney’s theme park success resides in it’s ability to manage every detail to ensure the ultimate customer experience. Their product choice for building airflow balancing throughout Shanghai Disneyland was no exception.
National Historic Structure Renovation Integrates Modern Airflow Systems.
Canada’s $863 million West Block Parliament rehabilitation project utilizes unique remotely operated airflow balancing dampers developed by innovative North American manufacturer Metropolitan Air Technology.
The Downtown Doha Project Shines Bright On the Surface and Deep Within Its Walls. A Closer Look at How Metropolitan Air Technology’s Remotely Operated Dampers Provide Airflow Control Benefits, and Support the Vision.
In a region where design boundaries are constantly tested, the challenges of maintaining architectural vision throughout building design and construction phases are great.
A closer look at airflow control solutions at the Downtown Doha Project unveils the depth to which project architects and engineers have gone to assure the project’s success.
Metropolitan Air Technology’s Remotely Operated Balancing Dampers Meet Architectural Design Demands at the Qatar Faculty of Islamic Studies.
As architecture continues to test boundaries in design, conventional airflow systems, specifically balancing dampers, fail to meet the demands for less visually intrusive solutions. Metropolitan Air Technology (M.A.T.) delivers a solution that is catching the eye of architects internationally, primarily because of what they don’t see.