With the government's change to the funding of capital building projects in state schools, Beattie Passive has developed a building system which fits comfortably into school budgets.
The Beattie Passive classroom is not only a cost effective solution to temporary or long-term accommodation planning, it also provides significant environmental benefits with a reduction of both CO2 emissions and space heating by 90%.
Passive classrooms are significantly more healthy teaching and learning environments than conventional classrooms. When positioned correctly, the natural light offers a more conducive learning space and with a Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery (MVHR) system, the CO² levels are reduced to around 1000ppm, well below the government's recommended level of 1500ppm*.
The MVHR system also removes airborne irritants from the incoming air, as well as providing a fresh "spring-like" quality to every school day. Passive shading, in conjunction with high-performing windows and the MVHR system, ensures a comfortable year-round temperature of around 20°C.
To find out more information contact Beattie Passive on +44 (0)8456 449003 or email email@example.com
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