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    the base of the upcast shaft chimney Cooling in summer was accomplished by nocturnal ventilation by evaporation of water by passing cold water through the heater battery and in rare cases by the use of ice a rudimentary form of air conditioning To discover at any time what degree of heat the persons above were enjoying a thermometer was pulled down by a string from a concealed part of the House Though Reid s plan probably represents the first real attempts at environmental control it came in for severe criticism He and the architect Sir Charles Barry were in continual conflict Barry refused to give Reid any drawings and Reid refused to do any drawings at all Dr Boswell Reid s scheme was still in use in 1891 London County Hall 1922 The main services contract was awarded to J Jeffreys Co leading a consortium which included R Crittall Co G N Haden Sons and Norris Dutton Ltd Their work included heating hot water service plenum plants and ventilation Steam services supplied the plenum plants and also for cooking A separate contract for the special plenum ventilation for the Council chamber Suite was awarded to Buffulo Forge the chamber was later air conditioned by Carrier Eng The work of the drawing office included 450 plans 81 pages of heat loss calculations 428 pages of pipe friction calculations and 177 pages of Specification and Priced Schedules Installation progress was recorded daily on isometric system drawings The main equipment included four hot water and steam boilers Davey Paxman four circulating pumps 2 electric 2 steam and two steam calorifiers taking exhaust steam when available Other statistics include Weight of air moved tons per hour 460 Number of radiator registers 1630 Number of plenum extract registers 1450 Number of radiator and heating loops

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  • Residential
    was drawn in collected and warmed in the basement The roof space was used as a foul air chamber into which the vitiated air of the rooms was collected being drawn by a kitchen fire into a shaft passing to the ground floor then ascending behind the fire and up the chimney stack an arrangement not uncommon at this time However a feature of the design is the way in which all the principal rooms opened off closed lobbies separated by doors from the Hall and Staircase which formed a vertical supply duct delivering filtered warmed air The heating was supplemented by conventional fireplaces and ventilated gas lights arranged to promote the desired air circulation patterns Views of the decorative cornice in the rooms with the air passages which formed part of the ventilation system The above picture shows an extract duct in the roof space The right hand picture shows the roof space which was used as the foul air chamber The Royal Pavilion Brighton 1826 The Great Banqueting Hall The Great Kitchen The Prince Regent later George IV was determined that the Royal Pavilion should provide the last word in comfort and convenience By the early 1820s the Pavilion had gas lighting an underfloor hot air heating system hot and cold water supplies water closets and a bathroom fitted with douche shower and vapour baths as well as a 16 ft x 10 ft marble bath supplied with salt water from the sea John Nash s reconstruction included the creation of the Great Kitchen 1816 18 and associated service rooms with all the latest gadgets and machinery There were stewing stoves ovens hot closets bread furnace ovens and a large steam room with steam boilers There was pumped well water and an ice house in the garden The

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  • picture_galleries
    1921 Victaulic 1933 Danfoss 1936 Copperad Ottermill Contractors 1816 G N Haden Sons 1834 Sulzer Bros 1858 Skinner Board 1865 Brightside 1865 Garton King 1873 John Metcalf 1879 Ashwell Nesbit 1880 s Mackenzie Moncur 1881 Drake Scull 1921 Carrier Eng Co 1870 s Ductwork UK 1922 Chase Co 1930 Shell Mex Consultants 1862 Wilson Weatherley Phipson 1862 Hoare Lea Partners 1921 Oscar Faber Partners 1926 J Roger Preston Partners Manufacturers

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  • buildings_&_structures
    DOMESTIC SERVICES Fire Fighting Hot Water Services Kitchens Laundries REFRIGERATION Refrigeration USA Refrigeration Snapshots UK 1908 The Ice Trade Ice Coupons PLUMBING Decorative Sanitaryware Water Closets Early Plumbing from Prussia LIGHTING Candlelight Daylight Electric Lighting Gas Lighting Oil Lamp Lighting

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    Artisans Electrical Electrical Engineers Electrical Artisans Electric Lighting Mechanical HVAC Engineers Mechanical Artisans Refrigeration Engineers Gas Burner Manufacturers Lighting Engineers Lighting Manufacturers Industry Artisans Sanitation Sanitary Engineers Gongfermors Nightmen The

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  • systems_&_equipment
    Elevators Lifts Woolworth Building New York Public Buildings Hospitals Prisons The Baths at Caracalla The Crystal Palace Prudential Building London Ice Skating Rinks Breweries Glasshouses Structures Mersey Tunnel Eiffel Tower London Sewers Tower Bridge Early Mine Ventilation Niagara Falls Power

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  • transport
    s PEOPLE MOVERS Escalators Lifts Moving Platforms ROAD Cars and Buses Street Lighting SEA 1875 1940 Lighting Transatlantic Liners 1900 s Warming Ships 1950 s Thermotank Lighthouses Liners RAIL Passenger

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  • biographies
    an additional year or more Also where some years Journals are not available it has not been possible to include their biography 1911 1920 1920 1930 1930 1939 1939 1950 1950 1960 1960 1970 1970 1976 WILLIAM ROY COX President 1957 1958 C S K Benham President 1958 1959 JAMES CYRIL KNIGHT President 1966 1967 IAN H DUFF President 1967 1968 ERNEST GEORGE BROOKS President 1968 1969 NEVILLE S BILLINGTON

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