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Passive environmental control

From: Helena Jaeschke <helena.jaeschke<-at->
Date: Tuesday, April 7, 2009
Susie Clark asked about possible automatic controls for vents in a
proposed insulated store.  A similar system was installed by
architects in the sports and community hall at Woolfardisworthy
(pronounced Woolsery) in Devon, although it was controlled by carbon
dioxide levels rather than a thermostat.  Greenhouses frequently use
thermostats to control vents, so the systems are quite common.

    <URL:http://www.ecodesign.co.uk/
        WebText/Woolsery%20full%20leaflet.pdf>

    <URL:http://www.lowcarbonbuildingsphase2.org.uk/
        filelibrary/presentations/nottingham/
        LCBP2_Woolfardisworthy_Community_Hall.pdf>

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The architects involved were

    Gale and Snowden
    18 Market Place Bideford
    Devon EX39 2DR
    +44 1237 474952
    <URL:http://www.ecodesign.co.uk>

    Exeter Bank Chambers
    67 High Street
    Exeter EX4 3DT
    +44 1392 279220

Hope this helps,

Helena Jaeschke
Conservation Development Officer
Royal Albert Memorial Museum
Exeter Ark
Exton Road
Marsh Barton
Exeter EX2 8LX
+44 1392 665951


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