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University of Washington - Life Sciences Building

Frenger University of Washington

The University of Washington Life Science Building, which utilises Frenger’s X-Wing Radiant Passive Chilled Beams, contains multiple sustainable features that helped it achieve LEED gold criteria such as: reusing water for greenhouse irrigation, solar glass fins that shade offices and generate electricity, along with the use of Frenger's Radiant Passive Chilled Beams, 'X-Wing®', providing energy efficient cooling with no noise and minimal air movement.

X-Wing® Radiant Passive chilled beams are manufactured from gilled aluminium and seamless sinusoidal copper coils (which are 100 percent recyclable) using a bespoke "state of the art" serpentine bending machine which allows the product to have no joints in the copper waterway and therefore no risk of leaks and that can be concealed behind various different types of ceilings.

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