Technical Director for Monodraught, Nick Hopper will be a guest speaker at the breakfast event this Thursday 28th January at RICS in London.

ECN events are often attended by many of the UK’s leading Architects, Consultants and Contractors, where real-life experiences and views are shared to help deliver better School Buildings.

Nick has been responsible for many of Monodraught’s innovations and is a named inventor on numerous low energy building product patents. Nick will be focusing his attention on Monodraught’s Hybrid Thermal Mixing (HTM), a hybrid ventilation system designed to meet the stipulated ventilation criteria of the Priority Schools Building Programme (PSBP). The presentation will discuss how the HTM system has evolved to satisfy the Facilities Output Specification requirements under a single sided ventilation approach, and some working examples will be revealed.

With more and more focus and regulation on reducing energy usage and carbon footprint, we believe that the climate here in the UK and Northern Europe can be harnessed to create a more natural ambiance within the built environment.

Natural ventilation is sustainable energy in action, providing the perfect solution for schools for both economic and health reasons. Energy consumption can be kept low and a controlled supply of fresh air coming into the building can provide suitable indoor air quality.

Our aim is to provide high quality, low maintenance solutions which can drive down energy costs and increase building performance and green credentials.  In the education sector, we believe the systems available from Monodraught are the best way to sustainably enhance the setting that you are living and working in. 

For further information about the event, please visit the ECN website

Monodraught has been at the forefront of designing and manufacturing low energy, low carbon and sustainable solutions for 40 years. Our company is focused around three product sets in which we are recognised as market leaders; natural and hybrid lighting, natural cooling and natural and hybrid ventilation. 

Go to Hybrid Ventilation for further information on our HTM system .

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