Better smiles at dental school thanks to Dunham-Bush
Dunham-Bush Panther fan coil units have been installed at the Glasgow Dental School. Fitted in the Restorative Clinic at level 6 of the building by contractors, James Frew, these high specification units were selected for their quiet powerful operation, energy efficiency and easy access for on-going maintenance.
Formed in 1879 and located adjacent to the Glasgow Dental Education Centre, the School began issuing Bachelor of Dental Surgery Degrees from the University of Glasgow in 1948. The Glasgow Dental Education Centre provides post-graduate and distance dental education.
Dunham-Bush fan coil units are high performance units providing comfort cooling and heating. Air volume, low noise and budget constraints are all catered for by the comprehensive range of models with typical applications, including office buildings, hotels, restaurants and department stores.
The Panther range has been extended and improved over time with all models now featuring EC external rotor motor or twin shaft motors. A comprehensive range of inlet and discharge acoustic attenuators is available for applications where noise is a critical feature of the building design. These high specification units are aimed at the premium fan coil unit market, offering exceptional features and quality. They are available in a range of standard and specially engineered configurations to suit the most demanding of applications.
Completed in 1931, the Glasgow Dental Hospital, which comprises the school and education centre, is a dental teaching hospital and parts of the buildings are a category B listed Art Deco design. A large extension fronting Sauchiehall Street was completed in 1970.