Bangkok International Airport, Thailand
Designed by the MJTA group of consultants, the New International Airport replaces the existing and overloaded Don Muang facility. Its new passenger terminal complex covers an area of over 500,000m2 comprising seven floors and a basement, making it the largest structure of its kind in the world.
SE Controls’ MC2 system provided control to 48 automatic opening vents fitted with their proven SECO 24 40 chain actuator. These vents located around the Airport’s perimeter, were controlled by a series of modular control panels featuring the new MC2 range of controllers. These control panels, designed to comply with prEN12101-9 & 10, contain fully monitored battery backed secondary power supplies to ensure full operation in the case of mains power failure. Fully integrated with the Airport’s building management system, the control panels provide constant status communication – a strict requirement laid down by the client.
Architect: MJTA Group of Consultants
Location: Bangkok, Thailand
Specification: Smoke Ventilation System