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TA-FUS1ON set to help deliver a green hospital


Division:IMI Hydronic Engineering

Date:February 2015

MI Hydronic Engineering has recently won a new hospital project in Australia with the revolutionary TA-FUS1ON valves. The New Royal Adelaide Hospital is the largest health project to be constructed in Australia and has stringent requirements to achieve the 4-star green star health design.

IMI Hydronic Engineering working with the consultant, BMS installer and the commissioning team are using IMI Hydronic Engineering pressure independent balancing & control valves. The ease of use, ability to pre-set the exact KV and technical and practical training and on-site support assisted in winning this project. Particularly the TA-FUS1ON valves allow the flexibility of adjusting the valves during the commissioning stage and the ability to verify the flow without having to install any other products.

The project is due to be completed in 2016 and is set to make South Australia renowned as the health centre of Australia once it is up and running.