Athletes and visitors to the Gold Coast Sports and Leisure Centre will benefit from the installation of approximately three hundred (300) glass and aluminium louvres for both ventilation and smoke control protection.
Commercial louvre/window-design and automation specialist, EBSA, is a family business based in Brisbane that was selected by builder, Hansen Yuncken, to install this technology.
One of the most important features of the EBSA architectural glass louvres is their capacity to provide an excellent ventilation system and more importantly, to form an integral part of a commercial smoke exhaust system.
Visitors to the Carrara Sports and Leisure Precinct on the Gold Coast may not realise it, but they will be protected against the dangers created by smoke in the event of a fie by world-class window louvre technology provided by EBSA Pty Ltd.
EBSA is a commercial window louvre specialist, installing the latest louvre technology which combines natural light and ventilation with automated window systems to help create energy efficientand sustainable buildings, including smoke exhaust systems. EBSA was selected by builder, Hansen Yuncken, to install this louvre technology at the Carrara Sports and Leisure Precinct.
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EBSA are installing new CPS-M control panel and new CDC020 awining actuators for SMOKE Control.
Louvres were especially developed for this project and will be installed into both towers.
EBSA have installed and glazed the louvres into the curtain wall panels offsite, the completed curtain wall panels were then installed into the façade of the building.
This is the second successful project where EBSA has installed double glazed louvres into the curtain wall offsite and it showcases the expertise within our company. Our previous project delivered in this manner was 177 Pacific Highway (north Sydney) for Leightons.
Client wanted something special with very wide spans (approx 2000mm) and large blades.
The western façade glass screen is a dual skin façade consisting of automated external louvres that provide solar control from the afternoon west sun. The glass louvres by EBSA Mechanical (Queensland) are laminated glass with a ceramic frit coating forming a graphic pattern.