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Geze launches RWA exhaust air solutions

Demonstrates safety ventilation window technology at seminar

| | Nov 18, 2010 | 2:53 pm
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Demonstrates safety ventilation window technology at seminar

Geze Middle East, developer and manufacturer of German construction systems for doors, windows and safety technology, organised a seminar, at the Atlantis, The Palm in Dubai, with a view to refreshing and retooling its operation in the Middle East for the coming year. The event was attended by over 300 industry professionals and local dignitaries. During the event, they viewed the company’s new RWA technology in automatic smoke detectors or manual triggers.

Charles Constantin

Charles Constantin

Explaining the working, Geze said that the RWA openings at the top of the building are operated by electromechanical drives. Smoke gases thermally rise and can escape through the openings at the very outset. The required intake openings in the lower parts of the building reinforce this process through compensation of mass flow, an element integral to design implantation considerations for the architects, designers and consultants to incorporate in their structural plans, added Geze.

The seminar included a live demonstration of the RWA products, to give an insight into the best use of the latest technology that had been incorporated into the design.

“Our partners – the architects, consultants and developers – are integral to the design of any product developed by Geze,” said Charles Constantin, Middle East Managing Director, Geze. “We always consult our partners for the introduction of any product in the region to ensure that we offer them the best possible solutions to meet there every increasing need.”

While launching RWA exhaust air solutions at the event, Geze said that it stressed the need for safety in today’s high-rise residential and commercial projects, with heat and smoke extraction smart sensors built in to ventilate rooms, and avoid the risk of asphyxiation and prolonged exposure to harmful substances.


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