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  • Fantech - Industrial
    Adjustable Pitch Axial Flow Fans Weight Calculator Motors Types and Specifications Noise Acoustic dB A Information Installation Inst Maint Instructions Do s and Don ts Design Installation Downloads Tech Talk Latest Issues Brochures Brochure Download Catalogue Catalogue Download Selection Program Selection Program Download Revit Models Revit Models Download Contact Us Contact Addresses Australia New Zealand Asia Europe Africa Via Email Australia New Zealand Asia Europe Africa Requests enquiries Requests enquiries Key Projects Projects Commercial Retail Domestic Education Culture Fire Safety Hazardous Catering and Hospitality Industrial Medical Hospital Sports Leisure Mining About Us About Fantech About Fantech History of Innovation Company TimeLine Privacy Policy Privacy Policy Terms of Use Terms of Use Terms of Trading Quotation Terms of Trading Quotation Search Key Projects Industrial Commercial and Retail Domestic Education and Culture Fire Safety and Hazardous Catering and Hospitality Industrial Medical and Hospital Sports and Leisure Mining Industrial SA Desalination Plant One of the largest infrastructure projects in the state the Desalination Plant will have the capacity to deliver up to 100 billion litres of water each year 100GL about half of Adelaide s annual water supply Contractor Watson Fitzgerald Associates Builder Adelaide Aqua Architect Woodhead Australian Marine Complex Dock A new

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  • Fantech - Medical and Hospital
    Fans Weight Calculator Motors Types and Specifications Noise Acoustic dB A Information Installation Inst Maint Instructions Do s and Don ts Design Installation Downloads Tech Talk Latest Issues Brochures Brochure Download Catalogue Catalogue Download Selection Program Selection Program Download Revit Models Revit Models Download Contact Us Contact Addresses Australia New Zealand Asia Europe Africa Via Email Australia New Zealand Asia Europe Africa Requests enquiries Requests enquiries Key Projects Projects Commercial Retail Domestic Education Culture Fire Safety Hazardous Catering and Hospitality Industrial Medical Hospital Sports Leisure Mining About Us About Fantech About Fantech History of Innovation Company TimeLine Privacy Policy Privacy Policy Terms of Use Terms of Use Terms of Trading Quotation Terms of Trading Quotation Search Key Projects Medical and Hospital Commercial and Retail Domestic Education and Culture Fire Safety and Hazardous Catering and Hospitality Industrial Medical and Hospital Sports and Leisure Mining Medical and Hospital South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute As the heart of a new medical precinct on Adelaide s North Terrace the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute SAHMRI is a beacon of innovation and collaboration Contractor Watson Fitzgerald Associates Builder SAHMRI s vision Architect Woods Bagot Royal Women s Hospital The 250 million

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  • Fantech - Sports and Leisure
    Use Terms of Use Terms of Trading Quotation Terms of Trading Quotation Search Key Projects Sports and Leisure Commercial and Retail Domestic Education and Culture Fire Safety and Hazardous Catering and Hospitality Industrial Medical and Hospital Sports and Leisure Mining Sports and Leisure Wet n Wild NSW The 25 hectare water theme park features over 40 slides and attractions including the world s tallest double Sky Coaster inland surf beach and a 70m wave pool Valued at 115m Wet n Wild is expected to host up to 15 000 guests per day Contractor Equilibrium Air Conditioning Builder Village Roadshow Architect Buchan Group Taronga Zoo Home to Australia s finest collection of native animals and exotic species Taronga Zoo amazes delights and educates more than 1 3 million visitors each year of all ages and from all corners of the world Builder ADCO Constructions Architect Jackson Teece 2000 Sydney Olympics One of the most memorable Olympics held in Australia the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games featured Cathy Freeman lighting the Olympic Cauldron The main Olympic Flame operated continuously for the duration of the Olympic and Paralympic Games Contractor Fuel Combustion Technology P L Suncorp Stadium Traditionally known as Lang Park Suncorp Stadium is the home of Rugby League in Queensland This sporting complex has had a 280 million redevelopment to convert it into a state of the art all seater stadium Contractor Triple M Mechanical Builder Multiplex and Watpac Architect Populous and PDT Architects Sydney Cricket Ground SCG The re development of the Victor Trumper Stand at the Sydney Cricket Ground will provide an additional 8 700 undercover seats The stand utilises JetVent impulse ventilation technology within the loading dock and road access tunnel Contractor Austral Air Conditioning Builder AW Edwards Architect Cox Architecture Madame Tussauds Sydney The permanent exhibition of over

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  • Fantech - Mining
    s and Don ts Design Installation Downloads Tech Talk Latest Issues Brochures Brochure Download Catalogue Catalogue Download Selection Program Selection Program Download Revit Models Revit Models Download Contact Us Contact Addresses Australia New Zealand Asia Europe Africa Via Email Australia New Zealand Asia Europe Africa Requests enquiries Requests enquiries Key Projects Projects Commercial Retail Domestic Education Culture Fire Safety Hazardous Catering and Hospitality Industrial Medical Hospital Sports Leisure Mining About Us About Fantech About Fantech History of Innovation Company TimeLine Privacy Policy Privacy Policy Terms of Use Terms of Use Terms of Trading Quotation Terms of Trading Quotation Search Key Projects Mining Commercial and Retail Domestic Education and Culture Fire Safety and Hazardous Catering and Hospitality Industrial Medical and Hospital Sports and Leisure Mining Mining Wheatstone Liquefied Natural Gas LNG Wheatstone is a natural gas field about 200km north of Onslow Western Australia Valued at 29 billion dollars it s considered to be the world s second largest supplier of liquefied natural gas Contractor SMW C Builder Bechtel DSME BHP Iron Ore As one of the world s leading iron ore producers the BHP iron ore facility comprises an integrated system of seven inland mining operations over 1 000km of

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  • New Zealand Asia Europe Africa Via Email Australia New Zealand Asia Europe Africa Requests enquiries Requests enquiries Key Projects Projects Commercial Retail Domestic Education Culture Fire Safety Hazardous Catering and Hospitality Industrial Medical Hospital Sports Leisure Mining About Us About Fantech About Fantech History of Innovation Company TimeLine Privacy Policy Privacy Policy Terms of Use Terms of Use Terms of Trading Quotation Terms of Trading Quotation Search Key Projects Ark leads the way to the future Print August 1 2010 A new commercial office tower at 40 Mount Street in North Sydney is leading the way in sustainable yet stunning design The Ark is the first high rise building in New South Wales to be certified Six Star Green Star for Office Design V2 and developers Investa are also targeting five star NABERS energy rating Designed by architects Rice Daubney and built by Thiess the Ark features a huge glass wing which appears suspended in front of the southern façade This lets in light and takes advantage of the uninterrupted panoramic views across Sydney Harbour to the city Inside tenants are delighted with the large floor plates natural light and energy efficiency The building was 85 leased at completion anchored by Coca Cola Amatil and Vodafone Hutchison Australia A key feature of this environmentally sustainable building is the implementation of a tri generation plant Hastie Australia Project Manager Paul O Reilly said The plant is primarily made up of a 770 kWe reciprocating gas engine and a 650kWr absorption chiller which allow three outputs electricity heating and cooling It produces about 80 of the building s electricity requirements as well as producing domestic hot water for bathrooms and kitchenettes and chilled water for space air conditioning throughout the building The mechanical services were designed and constructed by Hastie Australia Paul

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  • Mining About Us About Fantech About Fantech History of Innovation Company TimeLine Privacy Policy Privacy Policy Terms of Use Terms of Use Terms of Trading Quotation Terms of Trading Quotation Search Key Projects Indian development solid as a rock Print August 1 2009 A landmark development due to be completed in the third quarter of 2009 in the Special Economic Zone SEZ of Hyderabad India is helping to lure big companies to the capital American real estate company Tishman Speyer and ICICI Ventures have joined forces to form TSI Ventures and create Wave Rock Designed by world renowned architect Pei Cobb Freed Partners Wave Rock captures the rocky terrain and hills of Hyderabad It features two buildings the larger 19 storey structure with a distinct wave design and double glazing on all sides In addition to the 1 8 million sqm of office space the property features malls a food court bank convenience store world class gymnasium and ready to use fully equipped business centre Tishman Speyer is hoping that the unique architecture of Wave Rock will help solidify it as an iconic landmark in Hyderabad in the same way that its New York properties the Rockefeller Centre and Chrysler Building are looked upon said Peter Lester Managing Director of Eltafantech Fantech s office in Malaysia Thanks to the information technology IT boom that began in the 1990s Hyderabad is one of the fastest growing cities in the world Peter said Hyderabad was more than just a modern hub for IT and IT enabled services such as call centres and support services Many of the Fortune 500 companies had offices in the city and as a result real estate was booming Everyone wants to be involved in projects in Hyderabad and we came up against very strong competition when trying

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  • 2006 levels Progressive a subsidiary of Australian company Woolworths Limited owns and operates 152 supermarkets in New Zealand including the Woolworths Foodtown and Countdown brands Over the next five years all Woolworths and Foodtown stores will be converted to the Countdown brand Fantech NZ is proud to have been associated with the latest new store Countdown Manukau located in Manukau City South Auckland McAlpine Hussmann Limited was contracted to install the mechanical services Air Conditioning Sales and Project Engineer Edlay Hojird said the building had a 10 000sqm 100 x 100m footprint with a single level basement car park and ground floor retail area Along with all new generation Countdown supermarkets the Manukau store features sustainable design initiatives such as increased use of natural light and energy efficient building management systems To curb energy consumption from refrigeration and freezer units the store has introduced energy efficient refrigeration cabinets with new more environmentally friendly refrigerant gases Edlay said the green design philosophy had extended to the basement car park where 11 JetVent impulse jet fans from Fantech had been installed The 50N units are controlled by a gas detection system that ensures carbon monoxide nitrous oxides and fumes from vehicles are controlled and extracted appropriately The JetVent fans were selected in conjunction with the Mechanical Consultant Thurston Consulting Fantech NZ Technical manager Nigel McQueen said energy efficiency had been a major objective when deciding what fan to use Our selection was also governed by the design of the support floor a stressed diaphragm construction which did not incorporate support beams he said The Countdown car park is a semi open design that has multiple openings in the outer walls The JetVent system works on well proven tunnel principles and is able to use these openings to ensure a constant movement of

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  • 1 2012 The Sunshine Coast has received a retail boost with a substantial new investment by Harvey Norman Known as the Maroochydore Homemaker Centre it is the first new major bulky goods complex to be built in South East Queensland since 2009 Designed by Leffler Simes Architects to be a prestigious bulky retail destination the 130 million centre also features cafés on the ground level To make the most of the five hectare site a basement car park for over 900 cars has been included and the first floor dedicated to commercial office suites and a gymnasium ADCO Constructions built the centre with Coolmaster contracted to design and construct the mechanical services Fantech s Queensland branch Air Design supplied eight car park sound attenuators and over 100 fans for general use smoke spill and for the car park Senior Technical Sales Representative Kent Taylor said the combined smoke spill air flow rate was well over 500 cubic metres per second 500m3 s Coolmaster Senior Project Manager Adrian Wallin said they had worked on the project for 15 months during which time there had been a few hiccups The large building footprint 450 x 75 metres posed a challenge for the installation of the air conditioning units and the corresponding insulated duct work as they were cumbersome and difficult to manoeuvre Normally these would be simply craned into position but the building span was so great the crane would need to be set up the product lifted into position then the crane be pulled down and repositioned for the next lift Adrian said This would have been costly in both time and money The solution was to employ a helicopter for a full day on four separate occasions Although expensive the helicopter was a cheaper alternative compared to a crane because

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