Motorized control valves in HVAC system, London, UK

Monday, May 21, 2012

"Danfoss two-way and three-way seated valves are pressure balanced, which helps reduce the operating costs, while the new AME 435 analogue controlled electrical actuators offer possibilities for advanced setup to select control signal, performance characteristics and an option for self-adjustment and control signal stability monitoring. With this solution we managed to satisfy completely all strict requirements of the projects."

Deyan Petrov, Manager of NASA-D Ltd. 

NASA-D Ltd., the largest official Danfoss wholesaler for Bulgaria, has been in business relations with Ataro Clima Ltd. for many years now.

In August 2011 NASA Ltd. supplied Ataro Clima Ltd. with a control solution for the air-handling units within the general project design. The aim in selecting the products was to achieve high quality, functionality, quick and simple installation, consistent with the short delivery terms.

The famous Café Royal at Piccadilly Circus in London, owned by the Crown Estate, was recently leased out to a Dutch investment fund for a period of 100 years to be redeveloped into a luxury hotel for the Olympic Games on the island.

Ataro Clima Ltd. of Plovdiv won the contract for the HVAC and W&WW systems of the renowned hotel. Mr. Atanas Rogachev, proprietor of Ataro Clima Ltd., said that design work started as early as the autumn of 2010. Forty company employees from Plovdiv were sent to London to take part in the project.

The Company designs for Café Royal had a 12 million pounds’ worth of insurance coverage. The project should be completed by mid 2012. Danfoss Bulgaria Ltd. participated in this project with its products delivered by its largest wholesaler in Bulgaria, NASA-D Ltd.

It was also very important that all products were certified according to the European standards in affect, as well as the erection of a complete state-of-the-art system. Danfoss Bulgaria rendered active assistance for the implementation of
this project and greatly contributed for its timely completion. 

Café Royal – the pearl of London was once the haunting place of Winston Churchill, Bernard Shaw, Virginia Woolf and Oscar Wilde. The hotel is supposed to be completed by the opening of the Olympic Games in 2012 and will offer accommodation to selected guests.