Frenger® was selected to supply the multi-million pound (GBP) academic hub development at the prestigious Haberdashers School for Boys with their Multi-Service Radiant Panels (MSRP's) chosen to provide heating, acoustic sound absorption and LED lighting.
Originally dating back to 1690, the Haberdashers School for Boys is one of the top independent boys' schools in the UK with approximately 20% of its students going on to study at the UK's most prestigious universities, Oxford and Cambridge.
The schools aim for the development of the facilities were to "inspire dynamic teaching and learning" allowing for a more "flexible and adaptable, future-driven approach to teaching".
Learn more about how Frenger's MSRP units benefitted the school by clicking the link below.Read More
Frenger® are proud to have recently supplied the new $387 Million (AUD) Aston Martin Formula One (AMF1) Factory with their Compact® Multi-Service Chilled Beams (MSCB) with Integrated LED lighting.
Designed to fuel Aston Martin's charge towards the front of the grid, the purpose-built facilities deliver exactly what the team needs allowing for better communication and collaboration, accelerated car development and space for a growing workforce.
Frenger's Active MSCBs were installed in the bespoke open plan technical and design offices located on the second floor of the main building, helping to provide high levels of Thermal Comfort in a space designed with optimum productivity and occupancy Wellbeing in mind.
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Frenger® supplied the new $564 Million (AUD) Victorian Heart Hospital with their Eco Healthcare Active Chilled Beams.
Providing lifesaving diagnosis and treatment for thousands of patients each year the hospital has a strong focus on prevention, recovery, and rehabilitation, delivering up to 2,150 cardiac surgeries, 13,500 cardiac laboratory procedures and 60,000 consulting room consultations.
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Frenger® supplied the Tavistock Place building at The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine with their Eco Active Chilled Beams and Halo Active Chilled Beams.
The new six-storey building will aid in the learning and development of staff and students, providing new research and office facilities, with purpose built dry laboratories and accommodation helping to expand the limits of research in epidemiology.
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Frenger® supplied the Hub on Causeway 31-storey office tower in Boston, Massachusetts, with their Eco range of Ceiling Integrated Chilled Beams (CICBs).
The LEED Gold certified office tower is the tallest tower to have been constructed in Boston for nearly 20 years and is home to leaders in the creative, technology, and sports industries.
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Pioneering ahead of other competing Chilled Beam manufacturers, all of Frenger's Active Chilled Beams feature a "Turn Down Facility" as standard. This unique functionality allows Frenger's Active Chilled Beams to operate at significantly reduced air volumes whilst still creating a full Coanda Effect and good waterside cooling effect even at Air Pressures as low as 15Pa (pascals).
Learn more about the benefits of this Turn Down Functionality by clicking the button below.Read More
The end of the T5 Fluorescent lamp lighting is quickly coming to a close, with EU markets set to prohibit their production and placement on the market by August 2023 and UK markets 6 months later in February 2024.
In this article, Frenger® will explore the reasons behind the ban and why switching to non-hazardous LED lighting is not only necessary but also beneficial in the long run.
Learn more about how Frenger® can help in making the switch to efficient LED lighting for existing Multi-Service Chilled Beam units.Read More
Frenger® supplied the Dogger Bank Wind Farm Operations and Maintenance (O&M) base with their Active Multi-Service Chilled Beams, X-Wing® Radiant Passive Chilled Beams, and their EC Electric Heating Panels.
The construction of the O&M building utilised low carbon materials such as a Glue Laminated Timber (Glulam) frame and Cross Laminated Timber (CLT) roof and floor slabs.
The base is due to be operated in line with UK Green Building Councils (UKGBC) Net Zero Carbon framework. Click the link below learn more.Read More
Frenger® have recently supplied the 20 Finsbury Circus Multi Million Pound refurbishment in London with their Compact Active Multi-Service Chilled Beam (MSCB) units complete with continuous LED lighting to all six floor levels and also Chilled Ceilings and chilled access bulkheads throughout all floor levels.
The 20 Finsbury Circus CAT A refurbishment breathes new life into the landmark building keeping the original 1900 Edwardian façade coupled with a contemporary interior.
Click the link below to find out more about how Frenger's Active MSCB units and Chilled Ceilings have benefitted the project.Read More
Frenger® have vast experience and a proven track record in supplying space conditioning solutions for 'Healthcare' applications stemming back some 80 years when Frenger Troughton Young pioneered the supply and installation of Frenger® heating ceilings to many hospitals in the UK.
Nowadays, Frenger® utilise their Active Chilled Beam Techology to provide water driven Cooling and Heating with fresh (filtered) air ventilation, with shallow depth constructed Active Chilled Beam (ACB) units that are purposely designed for 'Healthcare' applications.
Click the link below to find out more about how Frenger's Healthcare Active Chilled Beams can benefit your project.Read More
Frenger Systems® continue to significantly invest in their UK Technical Facility with the installation of Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Panels, which will reduce energy consumption and lower their carbon footprint.
Frenger® also took this opportunity to install new skylights for the facility to maximise the amount of natural light.
Click the link below to find out more about Frenger's recent investment in their UK Technical Facility.Read More
With energy-efficiency an important factor in the world we live in today, such as to help against Climate Change, the UK has set in law a target to bring all its greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by 2050. The latest changes to Part L which come into force in June 2022 are interim measures to work until new standards are released in 2025.
The latest move for improved levels of energy efficiency in the revision of Park L makes Chilled Beams an even more attractive solution as Chilled Beams operate using elevated chilled water flow temperature and therefore providing a greater COP (Coefficient of Performance).Read More
Over the last two years, we have encountered a global pandemic (COVID-19) and have seen the ongoing effects of Climate Change around the globe.
In this article, Frenger® looks into industry reports made by various global consultants and their findings on the effectiveness of various different Heating, Cooling, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) systems are at maintaining a healthy and comfortable indoor climate to help reduce the risk of virus transmission in the indoor environment.
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Frenger's highly efficient Chilled Beam product range has and will continue to help worldwide projects to achieve their ambitious sustainability goals.
Within the article, Frenger® looks at how Passive Chilled Beams have helped 700 Bourke Street to become the first 6-Star Green Star performance rating commercial building in the state of Victoria.Read More
The new assessment unit is part of a wider £3 million (GBP) investment into the childrens services at Barnsley Hospital, with a new childrens Emergency department also part of this recent investment.Read More
According to the World Green Building Council and in light on the recent COP26 event, building and construction is responsible for 39% of all carbon emissions in the world, with operational emissions (i.e. energy used to heat, cool, and light buildings) accounting for 28%. The remaining 11% comes from embodied carbon emissions, or 'upfront' carbon that is associated with materials and construction processes throughout the whole building lifecycle.
80% of existing buildings will still be in use when net zero targets come into effect, so it is crucial designs look to use renewable energy, more energy-efficient systems, lower carbon construction materials etc. Scientists advise that humanity needs to reduce its carbon emissions by 7.2% per year for the next 10 years.
In this case study we will be looking at how Frenger's highly energy-efficient products can support the pathway towards Net Zero Carbon Building, whilst looking at some examples of worldwide sustainable projects we've been a part of.Read More
Frenger®supplied the new $27.4 Million (NZD) Ashlands Blue Light Hub with their Active Multi-Service Chilled Beams with their Eco Active Chilled Beams. The hub will act as a base for Buckinghamshire Fire & Service, Thames Valley Police and South-Central Ambulance Service.Read More
Frenger® was selected to supply Electric Radiant Heating to Fulham's £80 million Riverside development. The seven floor multi-use stand was supplied with our range of Electric Radiant Heaters.Read More
The new state-of-the-art Chemotherapy ward has recently opened inside Ulster Hospital in Belfast, Ireland. Frenger® was selected to design, manufacture, and supply the new unit with their Eco Healthcare Active Chilled Beams as well as their Modula Radiant Heating Panels.Read More
The already Multi-Award winning Zayed Centre has recently added another accolade to its collection with the 2021 RIBA London Award at the RIBA regional awards. The award-winning project was supplied with Frenger's® X-Wing® Radiant Passive Chilled Beams.Read More
Frenger® have supplied the Digital Aviation and Research Technology Centre (DARTeC) to create a new global leader in digital aviation research. Frenger® supplied their Eco Active Chilled Beams along with their Modula and Frengerwarm Radiant Heating Panels.Read More
Frenger® have supplied 183-185 Clarence Street, Sydney ( SubStation No. 164) where heritage meets innovation to provide one of the most distinctive commercial office spaces in Sydney CBD which utilises both our Compact™ Active chilled beams and X-Wing® Radiant passive chilled beams.Read More
Frenger® are proud to have previously supplied Kamirice flagship commercial building at 500 Collins Street, Melbourne which has an amazing twenty-year story of investing in sustainable technologies for the benefit of their tenants and building occupants. Built in 1973, the 26-storey tower features approximately 26,000 square metres of net lettable area and comprises an office tower with a retail plaza at ground level.Read More
The new $564 million Victorian Heart Hospital in Melbourne will be completed in 2022, and the hospital will be able to perform 2,150 cardiac surgeries and 13,000 cardiac laboratory procedures each year, as well as catering for 28,300 cardiac emergency presentations and 108,000 consultations.Read More
Frenger are proud to have recently supplied the 510 Church Street commercial office building in Cremorne, Melbourne with their state-of-the-art energy-efficient Eco Active Chilled Beams.Read More
Frenger Systems are proud to have supplied our 'Exposed' X-Wing® Radiant Passive Chilled Beams to the recently completed new 60,000 square foot UIUC Siebel Centre in Champaign, Illinois.Read More
Unlike other Chilled Beams on the market, all Frenger's Active Chilled Beams feature our "Turn Down" facility as standard, which allows them to create a full Coanda effect at an air pressure even as low as 15 Pa.Read More
Frenger Systems are proud to have recently supplied Liverpool FC's brand-new AXA Training Facility in Kirby with their range of energy efficient Modula Radiant Heating Panels..Read More
Riverside House Salford, which utilises Frenger's 'Exposed' X-Wing Radiant Passive Chilled Beams, has recently been announced as the British Council for Offices (BCO) regional winner of the Workplace Fitout of the Year Award at this year’s BCO Awards.Read More
Frenger are incredibly proud to reveal that on 18th September 2020, the European Healthcare Design Awards 2020 (EHD 2020) announced that the Zayed Centre was the biggest winner of the evening, having won both the Health and Life Sciences Research Award and the Interior Design and Arts Award.Read More
Frenger are proud to have supplied both our 'Exposed' X-Wing® Radiant Passive Chilled Beams and wall-mounted Radiant Cooling Panels to the Central Analytical Research Facility (CARF) Instrument Lab located at the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) Gardens Point Campus in Queensland, Australia.Read More
Frenger are proud to be currently supplying both their 'exposed' Compact Active chilled beams and their X-wing Radiant Passive Chilled Beams to 183-185 Clarence Street (Substation 164), Sydney.Read More
Frenger are proud to have supplied our Exposed 'Free Hanging' Modula Radiant Heating Panels to the Newcastle University Sports Centre.Read More
Frenger are proud to have recently supplied a great number of new Jaguar Land Rover facilities/dealerships, production facilities and Global Head Quarters in the UK with its range of Modula Radiant Heating Panels.Read More
Frenger are proud to have supplied our 'exposed' X-Wing® Radiant Passive chilled beams to 36 Carrington Street, Sydney. This Buildcorp project was a refurbishment of a 1970s 10 Storey commercial building to create a quality boutique workplace with a 5 Star NABERS Energy rated Base Building.Read More
Frenger are proud to have supplied the New Chertsey High School in Surrey with our Modula Radiant Heating Panels to this modern teaching facility for 900 children from 11 to 16 years old.Read More
Frenger are proud to have recently supplied the new Jedburgh Grammar Campus in the Scottish borders with its range of Modula Radiant Heating Panels.Read More
Frenger have successfully designed, tested, manufactured and supplied their bespoke energy-efficient cooling solutions to various state-of-the-art Scientific Testing and Electron Microscope Laboratories across the globe.Read More
The International House - Barangaroo C2
Frenger Systems have manufactured and supplied their 'Exposed' X-Wing Radiant Passive Chilled Beams to Riverside House, Manchester. The property, located in Salford, UK, sits within the New Bailey Scheme and with the help of Frenger's Chilled Beams, has achieved a BREEAM 'Excellent' rating.Read More
Daramu House is a brand new six-storey building located in the heart of Sydney, Australia. The property is constructed from cross-laminated timber (CLT) as part of a new wave of pre-build construction technologies produced from timber and glulam (glue-laminated timber).Read More
The Zayed Centre for Research into Rare Disease in Children, London, has recently been awarded a BREEAM 'Excellent' Certification after utilising Frenger's exposed mounted X-Wing® Radiant Passive Chilled Beams.Read More
Frenger has a wealth of experience in the design, development and manufacture of heating and cooling systems dating back some 80 years. We also have a proven track record of delivering some of the world's largest and most complex Chilled Beam projects.Read More
Frenger's Cornice™ Active Chilled Beams are designed to discreetly nestle directly above beds in hotel rooms and provide high levels of cooling/heating whilst maintaining the highest Thermal Comfort and lowest Noise Rating.Read More
To welcome their new 2019/20 academic year students, Nottingham Trent University (NTU) are opening in September 2019 a £23m state-of-the-art engineering building to create 'the engineers of the future'.Read More
The new school, located in Rhyl, Wales has been named 'Christ the Word Catholic School' and will combine Ysgol Mair Primary and Blessed Edward Jones Secondary into one much larger complex.Read More
Corsham Mansion has been transformed from just a listed heritage building into a mix of 'new meets old' to create a business and Innovation hub as part of a complete redevelopment and substantial multi-million-pound building extension which included FRENGER's electric radiant heating throughout.Read More
The Broomlands Primary School Building, located in Kelso, Scotland, has recently won two separate awards and is favourite for another 2019 award.Read More
The University of Washington Life Sciences Building, which has Frenger's X-Wing® Radiant Passive Chilled Beams installed behind the timber slatted ceilings, has been awarded the '2018 DJC Building of the Year award'.Read More
Lambeth Civic Centre is a brand new, £45 million property which consists of 11,000m2 of Grade A office space across 6 storeys. The use of Frenger's Multi-Service Chilled Beams helped the building achieve a BREEAM rating of 'Excellent' due to their energy efficiency.Read More
You can now learn more about Chilled Beam and Radiant Heating Technology with Frenger's new Frequently Asked Questions section...Read More
Once again Frenger works closely with design teams to produce engineering solutions that meet the various demands of the HVAC system while also satisfying architectural inspirations...Read More
The UK Government detail the Benefits of Active Chilled Beams and MSCB units as solutions that offer the best energy efficiency and longest life expectancy with minimal maintenance when compared to other HVAC space cooling systems...Read More
Frenger are proud to have supplied the international house in Australia which has recently been awarded the Development Excellence award for Sustainable Development from Urban Taskforce Australia...Read More
Frenger were selected to supply in excess of 350 number of their X-Wing® MSCB units for 5 of the 10 floor levels of the building...Read More
Frenger has supplied several hundred Multi-Service Induction Beams (MSIB's) to the newly refurbished NFU Mutual Headquarters in Stratford-upon-Avon...Read More
Frenger produces parametric BIM models by use of REVIT for their wide range of chilled beams...Read More
Recent independent testing performed by HLK (Heizung Lüftung Klimatechnik) Stuttgart, has shown that the heating performance of Frenger's Modula SP Radiant Heating Panels has increased by more than 10%.Read More
Brand New £45 Million , 6 Story Building in the heart of Lambeth which now is to house the council's civic operations in 11,500m2 of Grade A office space has achieved BREEAM Excellent Rating.Read More
Frenger supplied & installed the world's largest Chilled Ceiling (175,000m2) at the Shell Building in 1962.Read More
Frenger have supplied their latest generation (X-Wing®) of 'Radiant' Passive Multiservice Chilled Beams (MSCB's) to this four-storey 6,000m2 building which is designed to accommodate their Computer Science facilities.Read More
Frenger unveils its latest hard copy and electronic download literature "Chilled Beam Architecture & Design", showcasing how Frenger's varied chilled beam solutions can be used in different building environments.Read More
Frenger exports their fully in house "UK Manufactured" energy efficient Chilled Beam Technology cooling units for use in high profile building projects worldwide...Read More
Great news for HVAC Designers , there's now an addendum to table 35 of Part L (Non Domestic Building Services Compliance Guide 2013) which now affords an additional 0.3 SFP to the AHU (Air Handling Unit) to enable greater flexibility in choice of energy efficient space conditioning solutions...Read More
Active Chilled Beam Technology gains Carbon Trust Approval and is set to be added to the ETL (Energy Technology List) this summer...Read More
Frenger Has Exports Down To A Fine Art
Due to good planning and precise packaging Frenger can maximise the amount of chilled beams into shipping containers more efficiently than ever before.
You can see for yourself how the new system is put into practice.