SE Evello

What is Corridor Overheating?

It is widely accepted that corridor overheating is a common issue within certain types of buildings including high-rise residential dwellings. Winter energy efficiency measures, heat losses from communal heating networks and increased urbanisation have all contributed to the gradual internal temperature rise within corridors and other communal spaces. As these spaces often have little or no ventilation provision the heat accumulates, creating an uncomfortable environment for residents.

Compatible with Natural & Mechanical Systems.

SE Evello can be used with both natural and mechanical smoke ventilation systems. The latter uses a dedicated additional day-to-day extract fan, which is intelligently controlled to ensure that it is only used when required, with the preference to allow the thermal stack effect to move air. By employing the latest fan design technology, including sickle bladed aerofoils and serrated trailing edges, efficiency is maximised and noise is reduced.

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Based upon years of data from live test sites, SE Evello is an innovative system solution designed to ease the effects of heat accumulation whilst creating a more comfortable environment in communal spaces and corridors. Designed to utilise and integrate with a building’s existing smoke ventilation system, the system constantly monitors internal air temperatures on every floor and manages ventilation demand via the smoke extract system. The overheated air can be vented to the atmosphere and replaced by cooler outside air, which reduces the internal temperature.