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Smoke Ventilation, Extraction and Architectural Solutions.

The Architectural Solutions division of RVI supplies bespoke aesthetic thermal and light control façade solutions, which directly impact on the energy requirements of a building. RVI boasts the in-house ability to design, engineer and manufacture, as well as install and commission applicationspecific custom solar shading systems for any building application or process.

A well-designed Smoke and Heat Exhaust Ventilation System – SHEVS – should be able to maintain a smoke-free clear layer of at least 2,5m above the highest occupied space, thus providing escape conditions allowing the building to be safely evacuated with minimum risk of smoke inhalation, injury or death. As a solutions-led company RVI is well-positioned at the forefront of R&D to improve existing products and procedures, continually explore new solutions to smoke control problems and to develop new products and procedures. All RVI smoke and heat exhaust ventilation products are subjected to rigorous testing to comply with the latest South African Building Standards SANS 10400-T specifications. Our natural smoke and heat exhaust ventilation systems are designed to extract smoke from the interior of a building through automatically operable roof-mounted ventilators, in compliance with Part 2 of the EN 12101 code.

RVI a Division of Consolidated Steel Industries (Pty) Ltd

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Visit: www.rvi-group.com Email: marketing@rvi-group.com Tel: 011 047 8280

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Emergency Contact Details Pierre Van Der Merwe 082 388 1598 pierrevdm@rvi-group.com Melissa Reilander 076 345 7061 melissar@rvi-group.com Warren Schmidt 072 379 6248 warrens@rvi-group.com

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Leading Architecture & Design August/September 2019