Bentley drivers stay warm
Raychem self-regulating electric underfloor heating has been installed to heat the Bentley Drivers Club’s (BDC) new clubhouse and headquarters at Wroxton, near Banbury. Jointing Technologies, a Tyco Thermal Controls’ distributor partner, was commissioned to design and install the underfloor heating system and controls by M & E contractor, Scion Technical Services.
Raychem electric underfloor heating systems are manufactured by Tyco Thermal Controls and provide versatile, effective and energy-efficient heating solutions suitable for use under all traditional floor surfaces. Self-regulating cable technology provides zone power control, sensing other sources of heat and automatically adjusting output to deliver heat only where it is needed. It is also widely recognised as the optimum solution for use under wooden floors as its inherent properties mean it cannot overheat.
Built by Banbury-based construction company Bluestone, the new 6,000sq ft BDC clubhouse has a museum, a shop selling Bentley marque regalia, offices, member’s reception and also offers an excellent venue for Club events and functions.