WindowMaster supplies high quality solutions for Controlled Natural Ventilation by combining extensive knowledge about Natural Ventilation with many years of experience within window automation and facade technology. Furthermore, we have many years of experience in providing solutions within the smoke ventilation market. Expertise in this field has been achieved through knowledge of legislation, direct customer contact and through project development, in addition to our own motors & controls.
The amount of smart solutions and technologies in buildings is growing significantly. This is exciting but can spell an increased level of complexity for specifiers, facility managers, owners, and occupants who then have many systems and a lot of data to manage.
The City of Glasgow Colleges, Riverside Campus and City Campus, have both scooped numerous awards for their impressive architecture. What further puts them in the very front of innovative building design and architecture is their use of a green ventilation technology that decreases carbon emissions and ensures an ideal indoor climate for the students.
This month, the global clean-tech company releases a new state-of-the art window actuator that comes in three variants. The actuator contains attributes and features, that have long been sought by the markets along with the ground breaking TrueSpeed technology.
WindowMaster has recently released a new eBook that explores the effects, advantages and challenges of natural ventilation. It is a no-nonsense guide for Architects who are interested in how and why to design green buildings with natural ventilation and what to consider before choosing this ventilation system.
Their Royal Highnesses the Crown Prince Couple of Denmark was last week heading a business delegation to the United States. WindowMaster is proud to be part of the tour, which coincides with the official launch of the clean-tech company’s activities in the US market. Founded in 1990, the company is now opening its first US sales office in Palo Alto, California under the leadership of Vice President Esteban Sancho.