Kranhaeuser, Köln, Germany
The perfect location for an intelligent climate concept
The geographical and geothermal conditions of the site, such as the direct position on the Rhine, were used efficiently in the design process. The result: a clever climate concept that uses groundwater and renewable energy to activate the building's natural storage capacity with Uponor’s Contec concrete core activation system.
Silent cooling with Uponor’s concrete core activation system
In order to use the thermal activated building structure as efficiently as possible, the ceilings of the first thirteen storeys, which are not covered with any additional cladding, were fitted with Contec modules. The system uses plastic piping produced using cross linked polyethylene pipes (PE-Xa pipe), and in the Kranhaus Plus building a nominal width of 20 x 2.3 mm was applied. Thanks to the modular construction method, assembly is secure, fast and economical. The robust raw material is especially useful for application in harsh building site environments, where the demands on materials are high. Besides a high degree of flexibility, the Uponor PE-Xa pipe used for the Contec system also features increased resistance to pressure cracking.
Fast and easy connection using the Uponor Quick & Easy fitting system
When connecting the Contec modules in the Kranhaus Plus building for the distribution and manifolds piping, assembly was able to be implemented quickly with matching Uponor 'Quick & Easy' system fittings. This special connection technology, which is also used for radiator connections and tap water supply systems, exploits PE-Xa’s typical memory effect: the result is a stable and secure connection that doesn't require any time-consuming pressing, welding or soldering of the connection pipes. In the Kranhaus Plus building, spectacular architecture meets modern, ecological and economical technical building services. The systems used were selected in terms of their sustainability and combined with a modern holistic concept to utilise renewable energy.
The Kranhaus buildings have even won the prestigious Mipim award. More about this at: www.ksta.de/html/artikel/1233584132940.shtml
Bothe Richter Teherani Architekten BDA
Oberbaumbrücke 1 20457 Hamburg
An der Wachsfabrik 3 50996 Köln
Bayer Qingdao ECB Lighthouse
Uponor Shanghai office, China
Concrete core activation ČSOB Prague
Concrete core activation České Budějovice Research Library
S Group’s logistics centre for utility items
The installation of Uponor storm water cassettes in Shopping Center Karisma, Lahti
The extension of Veljekset Keskinen is heated with Uponor's underfloor heating system
Remotely controlled security and convenience in temporary school building
Stable heating and draftless cooling from the ceiling
Varicool heating and cooling panels were installed to the meeting room's ceiling. The new hydronic system replaced the old fan coil unit system. Varicool system is a radiant heating and cooling system. The panels do not heat or cool the indoor air directly but the surfaces what radiant covers.
Kiviniityn Auto- ja Maatalouskonehuolto acquired a new underfloor heating and cooling solution
HAMK's zero-energy hall uses energy piles
Technopolis Innova 2 in Jyväskylä, Finland is heated by energy piles
The Kastelli community utilises smart building services
Uponor's head office is a model example of energy efficiency
Day-care centre to be built with energy piles
Immeuble Delta Green
La dalle active Uponor est intégrée depuis 2017 dans l’immeuble Delta Green, bâtiment tertiaire de 4600m2 comprenant 4 niveaux. Celui-ci est le premier bâtiment de la région tout à fait autonome en énergie.
Institut les Mines Telecoms Saclay
Le bâtiment d’enseignement supérieur et de recherche pour l’Institut Mines-Télécom intègre un système de dalle active sur une surface de 40 000 m2. Le bâtiment économe en énergie accueillera une gamme variée d’activités propres à l’Institut Mines - Télécom : formations, recherches, transfert et innovation.
Klimahaus Bremerhaven 8°
Energy Efficiency Center
Brain Box Berlin
Thermal concrete core activation with Uponor Contec provides economical, energy-efficient and sustainable building temperature control in the new landmark Adlershof Science and Technology Centre.
A hygienically optimal drinking water installation was integrated into the new office complex – thanks to Uni Pipe PLUS within a very short time.
Villeroy & Boch
First Uponor Comfort Panel project in Hungary
First radiant ceiling cooling renovation project in tropical climate
First radiant ceiling cooling renovation project in tropical climate – Singapore
Palazzo Ferrazzi - Brescia
Posco Green building
LH Headquarter in Jinju
Passive building with high energy efficiency
National Library of Latvia
Swedbank Head Office
Tap water system in new Swedbank head office.
Lithuanian National Art Gallery
"Sostena" Business Centre
Agder fengsel in Norway
Uponor in Sluppenveien 17
The New Deichmanske Library - Bjørvika, Oslo
Concrete Core Heating and Cooling Systems, Piešťany
Car dealership in El Escorial, Madrid
Zero emissions, maximum comfort
Uponor Iberia headquarters and logistics hub - Móstoles, Madrid
BESEL Head offices in Madrid
Länsförsäkringar Office building complex
BAE Systems Rochester
Sunesis school scheme: Sacred Heart Primary School, West Midlands
Uponor were nominated as the sole supplier for radiant heating systems for the Sunesis Schools schemes, with Main Contractor Willmott Dixon. Sunesis is a Joint Venture between Scape and Willmott Dixon, built on the combined experience of public sector know-how and private expertise. They are the market leader in delivering pre-designed buildings across a range of market sectors. Every design has a defined layout, specification, fixed cost and timescale to construct. The full benefits of a full BIM model are also utilised.
Reconstruction of the office building of the Pharmaceutical Company "Darnitsa"
Demo smart house «IC Smart HOUSE live»
Shopping and office center
Poslovni centar Adris grupe
Magnum Business center
MAGNUM – a brand new business centre. One of the largest in Kaunas city in Lithuania.
MAGNUM aims to introduce positive change, an innovative work culture, and a responsible attitude to the environment. It will inspire these aims not only in its residents, but in the city of Kaunas itself — a city that is rapidly growing and changing.