The National September 11 Memorial Museum in New York features 110,000 square feet of exhibition space and is located within the archaeological heart of the World Trade Center site. With floor to ceiling glass windows providing light and views across the site and steel beams from the original structure, engineers needed a customized solution that limited energy consumption and allowed for heating within the concrete floor.
The Mini Canal reacts quickly to any fluctuations in temperature, and the Low-H20 technology cuts carbon emissions by 10%. A super conductive and efficient heating system, with a low water content and ultra-fast heat exchanger, ensuring maximum heat and low energy consumption. Its minimal recess depth of 9 cm makes it ideal for buildings with large windows to eliminate any potential drafts, without blocking views.
Designed by Snøhetta, the pavilion has a LEED Gold certification and hereby follows the Memorial’s sustainability guidelines. The building is optimized to perform with minimal energy and the installation of Jaga’s underfloor heating system helps to achieve this, while reducing operating costs.
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