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In 1873 George A.Clark, a member of the famous thread family, left £20,000 in his will to build a Town Hall in his native Paisley. The George A. Clark Town Hall was officially opened in January 1882. The impressive building became a landmark in Paisley. 

Helios ventilation Ltd were specified to supplying the mechanical ventilation of Fans, Heat recovery and Air handling units. Due to the Category A listed building, the five heat recovery units were required to be flat packed/assembled into their final position. Helios employed Exi-tite Scotland to carry out the works. 

Units were de-assembled at the contractors’ warehouse, labelled, packed and palleted. Sections were lifted into the final position on site and re-assembled. Units will be inspected and set up commissioned by a Helios approved Exi-tite engineer after final installation. 

Equipment

5 units x RIS 1900 CXVE 

including: 

counter flow heat recovery, fans, electric heater, 

dampers, actuators, modbus gateway and controller. 

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