Daylight systems, also known as daylighting systems, refer to techniques and technologies used to harness natural daylight in buildings to reduce the need for artificial lighting. The goal is to create a well-lit and comfortable indoor environment while minimizing energy consumption.
Facade louvre windows refer to a specific type of architectural window design commonly used on building exteriors. These windows consist of horizontal slats (louvers) that are angled to allow for ventilation and natural light while also providing privacy and shade. The louvers can be adjustable, allowing occupants to control the amount of airflow and sunlight entering the building.
Natural ventilation refers to the process of supplying fresh air to an indoor space without the use of mechanical systems, such as air conditioning or fans.
A roof access hatch is a type of access point installed on a building’s roof to provide safe and easy access for maintenance workers, contractors, and others who need to reach the roof level. It typically consists of a door or lid that can be opened to access the rooftop.
SHEV stands for “Smoke and Heat Exhaust Ventilation” systems. These systems are designed to improve the safety of buildings, especially during fires, by effectively removing smoke and heat from the affected areas. SHEV systems are essential for creating safe escape routes for occupants and facilitating firefighting operations.