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Peak Air Conditioning
Nor-Ray-Vac radiant heating system
The indoor training facilities of the Worcester Warriors have undergone a major refurbishment, ensuring players have a first-class base during the week and on match days.
The Nor-Ray-Vac systems were ideal for the redevelopment project of the indoor training centre as one of the major benefits to radiant heat is to be able to create an environment without stuffiness, in which occupants can exercise vigorously in complete comfort. The Nor-Ray-Vac system was designed and implemented by contractors Peak Air Conditioning based in Cheshire, and provides blanket heat coverage of the training facility, eliminating any cold spots and has an estimated potential fuel saving of 36% over an equivalent warm air system.
The total system installed comprised 16 x 24LR burners suspended at 4.3m and 5.6m following the roof pitch, complete with ball guards and is arranged in two temperature zones controlled by Reznor SmartCom3 with just two discharge flue points.
The Nor-Ray-Vac heating provides:
“The redevelopment has given us a rugby facility which is amongst the best in English club rugby, something which will enable current and future players and back room staff to perform in a top-class working environment” said Chief Executive Jim O’Toole. “This continues to be a very exciting time for everyone involved with Worcester Warriors as we look to take this club forward both on and off the pitch.”