Temperature control in buildings

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Description

Temperature control at the workplace. For temperature control in Horst, see Temperature control Horst.

Explanation

If it’s possible to control the temperature in your workplace, it can be done via a thermostatic radiator knob most of the times. This is the most common way to control the temperature. Below is a list of buildings in which this is possible. Below that list, is a list of buildings that offer a different way or no way. There’s also a manual (Dutch) on what each position of the thermostat does.

Thermostatic radiator valves

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Bastille

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Boerderij Bosch

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Chalet

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Citadel

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Cubicus

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Drienerburght

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Erve ‘t Holzik

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Garage

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Building A

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Logica (hotel)

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Pakkerij

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Paviljoen

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Spiegel

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Sportcentrum (offices)

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Temp

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Tennispaviljoen

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Vrijhof

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Waaier

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Water sports centre

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Zilverling (offices)

Control through a room thermostat

In these buildings, there are room thermostats available on the wall with which the temperature cna be controlled.

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Zilverling: Xperience-lab, control between +3 and – 3 degrees.

Buildings that offer no control

These buildings have a system that controls the temperature.

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AKI

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Faculty Club

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High pressure lab

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Schuur

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Seinhuis

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Teehuis

Responsibility

In areas in which the temperature is controlled by a system, the service desk is responsible for changing the temperature.

Last updated

25-10-2012