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From next generation ‘passive energy’ developments to floating cities on the sea, our solutions make anything possible
Delivering a hydronic solution ensuring the highest comfort levels on the world’s largest passenger vessel.
IMI Hydronic Engineering ensures optimal indoor climate for Singapore’s Asia square tower
Optimal room temperatures for Hamburg’s new Astra Tower.
IMI Hydronic Engineering saves time and creates the perfect climate for the world’s tallest building.
Universal bank Československá obchodní banka a.s. wanted optimal indoor climate and efficiency for its new headquarters.
Delivering optimum indoor climate with trouble free operation for a high profile new development.
IMI Hydronic Engineering’ know-how in hydronic systems and HVAC optimisation helps meet ambitious efficiency targets at the new state government office complex in Minas Gerais, Brazil.
Making the world's first passive energy office building possible.
Three in one’ solution offers improved indoor climate for Belgian head office.
IMI Hydronic Engineering ensures an ideal climate inside the highest building in Europe.
Pressurisation system in the world’s largest commercial building helps maintain the optimum temperature for flowers.
IMI Hydronic Engineering ensures optimal indoor climate for award-winning Gardens by the Bay, Singapore
Delivering 15% energy savings to residential development renovation in Sundsvall
Helping to provide the right degree of temperature control at a Hammarplast Consumer factory enables huge energy savings and optimises production.
Discover how the TA-6-way valve was able to deliver efficiency and control to a combined chilled and hot water climate control system.
Regulating temperature and noise at Heathrow’s new Terminal 5.
When Hong Kong Polytechnic University planned to renovate their old HVAC system, the challenge proposed by the Hong Kong government was to ensure that indoor temperature in air-conditioned buildings should be kept above 25.
One of the biggest residential developments in Turkey’s Anatolia region, Iconova combines luxury accommodation and commercial spaces in one unique city location.
Lower maintenance costs and more comfortable living with effective air and magnetite separation.
Delivering an energy saving hydronic solution to a residential renovation project in Jever, Germany
Greater comfort with silent heating.
Balancing varying climate needs for the world-class ice hockey arena in Malmö.
Maracana Stadium opens its doors to World Cup fans with a comfortable indoor climate.
IMI Hydronic Engineering successfully delivers cooling system for landmark development in Singapore.
Balanced hydronic system provides energy savings and comfortable indoor climate in new office development.
When MOL Hungarian Oil and Gas corporation wanted to increase HVAC efficiency systems in 4 buildings, IMI Hydronic Engineering proved just how big a difference balancing know-how could make.
Hydronic balancing technology quickly delivers effective indoor climate solution for new building.
AFC technology a game changer in renovation project
When engineers on a new office-building project needed a fully balanced air conditioning system, IMI Hydronic Engineering' expertise provided a high-efficiency answer.
Discover how digitally configurable actuators could deliver high-performing climate control technologies to 18’000 apartments.
Orhideea Towers is a €75 million office project in the fast-growing Central-Western business district of Bucharest.
Minimising energy consumption at the new opera house in Oslo.
With over 1,800 kilometres of piping, the district heating system in Bucharest, Romania is the second largest in the world providing heating comfort for more than 600,000 residents.
IMI Hydronic Engineering ensures comfortable indoor climate at new residential quarter, Ukraine
Innovative cooling system solution cuts energy consumption by 17% for Salvador’s newest shopping centre
IMI Hydronic Engineering' specialists helped to increase the efficiency of the existing systems in one of Europe's leading spa and wellness centres.
Delivering an energy efficient solution to Shanghai's International Shipping Centre.
Ensuring a comfortable and sustainable climate for both shops and apartments in a new development.
Delivering a complete hydronic solution for France's first energy positive building.
Ensuring the optimal indoor climate throughout the multi-use Tianjin Olympic Center Stadium complex.
Delivering a total hydronic solution to University Park, Nonntal in Salzburg, Austria
The challengeValencia's magnificent opera house, Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía, designed by world-renowned local architect Santiago Calatrava, has a total area of more than 40,000 square metres.