• Project – Aercap House
• Architect– Power House
• Mechanical Contractor– H A O’Neills
• M & E Consultant– Metec for AerCap Fit-Out
• The Heating Solution – Jaga Tetra & Jaga BIWW
AerCap (AER) is the world’s largest aircraft leasing company. AerCap is listed on the New York Stock Exchange (AER) and has its headquarters in Dublin with offices in Amsterdam, Los Angeles, Shannon, Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Singapore, Shanghai, Abu Dhabi, Seattle and Toulouse.
Jaga products were specified for the AerCap Project in Dublin due to the fact that the engineers required a space heating option that would provide high heat output but with an aesthetic to suit the architects’ overall vision for a modern building, the architects involved in the project decided to use Jaga’s discreet BIWW and Jaga Tetra radiators, Jaga’s most stylish designer product and well known for having remarkable heating power for its size due to the their advanced energy saving, H2O technology and responsiveness to environmental conditions.
The Tetra from Jaga joins a series of chunky square heating elements together into one stylish radiator. Together they emit an incredible amount of heat. In addition, the new structured finish adds a discreet silver sparkle to your living room. Rock solid Jaga quality with a light touch.
• Series of heating elements
• Powerful heating solution
• Various heights available
Jaga Built-in – BIWW
Low-H2O technology can reduce energy bills by up to 15%. These models are powerful yet invisible. Hidden in a wall recess, the technology provides fast and effective heat, using Low-H2O heat exchangers. The models are easy to install with hassle free maintenance, and the housing is constructed so that the heat exchanger remains accessible for cleaning. Jaga heaters can be inserted into a wall recess or even hidden behind a bath panel.
• Thermostatic valve set for easy connection (optional)
• All Jaga connection sets are adjustable and completely lockable
• Fin tube elements can be removed without draining the system (depending on valves and lockshields used)