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Posts filed under: Window Automation

Automated Venetian blinds with wind and rain sensors...
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We are delighted to have been awarded the AOV’s on the Redevelopment of Pacific House in the heart of Melbourne CBD. The newly refurbished building will house 3 levels of restaurants. This project will see 60+ AOV’s to be used...
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  We were recently approached to replace existing, malfunctioning electric chain actuators on 6 units at Cove Apartments, The Rocks, Sydney. The existing actuators were originally designed to close upon smoke alarm activation while allowing opening by means of a...
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BlueSquared have recently installed window actuators and UPS window smoke control panels on the New OMNIA Luxury Apartment Development at Potts Point, NSW. BlueSquared were sub-contracted to Carrington Electrical Services, who are the electrical contractor on the project, with Probuild...
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Automated High Level Sliding Windows Controlled By Z Wave Home Automation System...
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  The introduction of home automation systems in to existing or new build homes are increasing globally year on year. In a recent report “Home Automation System Market by Protocol and Technology (Network and Wireless), Product (Lighting, Security and Access Control, HVAC...
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Within the facade/window automation sector there are 3 main types of electric actuators- Chain drive actuators Linear drive actuators Rotary drive actuators Within these three actuator categories there are countless variables and their uses vary greatly. Chain drive actuators are...
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We were approached by Bespoke developer Woodford Homes to provide a solution for opening high level windows in a new build home they were constructing. Woodford Homes initial thoughts were to have manual winding gear to operate the windows, BlueSquared...
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Natural Ventilation in Buildings can be created by the use of automated facade/window opening. Internal air quality can be vastly improved, replacing stagnant air with fresh outdoor air, reducing the build up of CO2 while cooling down the fabric of...
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Passive smoke ventilation allows the natural buoyancy of warm/hot air to free a building of deadly smoke build up. High level windows or vents in the facade or on the roof are opened upon activation by either independent smoke detectors,...
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