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InPath-TES Event

By pcmadmin Tuesday, 10th April 2018 | 0 comments
Filed under: Academic.
Crystal Air PCM present at the InPath-TES event in Trinity College on the impact of Thermal Energy Storage systems using Phase Change Materials. The aim now is to encourage students to pursue PHD programmes in Thermal Energy Storage. Offering Technical learning modules aimed at educating students on TES systems. Mark Claffey, Mechanical Project Engineer for Crystal Air PCM presented from an Industrial prospective and provided examples of our incorporation of TES into commercial buildings for cooling. 

CIBSE Ireland

By Crystal Air PCM Thursday, 29th March 2018 | 0 comments
Filed under: Exhibitions.
Crystal Air PCM participate in the Nearly Zero Energy Building(NZEB) event hosted by CIBSE Ireland. Key areas of focus on the day centred around the recent changes to Part L of the Building Regulations in Ireland and how these changes are and will impact our industry. Renewable energy, cost implications, challenges & opportunities for both new & refurbishment projects were just some of the topics covered. Are you ready for these changes? 

Modern Development

By Crystal Air PCM Monday, 19th February 2018 | 0 comments
Filed under: Projects.
Three Park Place on Hatch St, Upper, Dublin 2, the next generation of modern development delivering 15,878 sq.m of high quality, energy efficient office space. Targeted standard for this building is designed to meet LEED Platinum.

National Power Summit

By Crystal Air PCM Tuesday, 6th February 2018 | 0 comments
Filed under: Exhibitions.
We recently exhibited at the National Power Summit in Croke Park. Pictured below far right, Don Hoban, Business Development Manager and newest member to the team Mark Claffey, Mechanical Project Engineer.

Innovation at work

By Crystal Air PCM Friday, 2nd February 2018 | 0 comments
Filed under: Projects.
Miesian Plaza, nestled in the central business district in Dublin on Lower Baggot Street. Highly acclaimed in its architectural quality, this redevelopment provides ultra modern buildings with Grade A office accomodation with the highest sustainability credentials. The projects design goal was to achieve a LEED Platinum Rating this in itself represents the highest-achievable classification in the world of building design.