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Advanced Air opens r&d centre

Thetford, Norfolk-based terminal air conditioning system supplier Advanced Air has completed the final phase of its £250,000 r&d centre.
Advanced Air opens r&d centre
Advanced Air general manager Andrew Sargent said: 'We have been able to amalgamate a wide range of product development and technical activities into this new centre which include product testing and development, together with real room mock ups for fan coils, chilled beams and air terminal devices.'

The main test area is 15m x 6m and can accommodate most customer requirements including acoustic testing down to NR20 levels. A further two test and development rooms enable prototype products to be manufactured and bench testing to be undertaken.

In all the Advanced Air R & D and technical staff total 10, but with the market requiring more and more real room mock ups the figure is set to rise.

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19 May 2011


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