Solray prides itself on its ability to design, manufacture and install custom radiant panels to suit individual designer and client needs.With its own factory and design offices in Swansea, Solray can supply and install bespoke radiant panels to suit any requirement.With a highly trained technical and engineering team, Solray provides optimum design solutions, quality products and reliable installation without the need to use external resources.
A good example of this are the two churches Solray have worked on recently, St Mary’s Church in Chalgrove and St Silas Church in North London.
St Mary’s Church, Chalgrove
For this Listed Grade I Church Solray used their electric FH and ND range of panels as their base and modified them to suit the needs of the designers and client. This included creating a bespoke bottom bracket and Zip-Clip wire with KL50 Clutch fixing arrangement for the Nave FH panels, giving the end user control of the panels mounting angle to direct the heat from the panels as well as powder coating them to RAL 8003 (Clay Brown) to help the panels blend into the aesthetics of the building. The Aisle panels were powder coated to RAL 1015 (Light Ivory).
St Silas Church, North London
A bespoke 30mm deep panel and hookover plates were designed for this project to satisfy the requirements of the client. These sections made up the vertical parts of the Solray radiant panel system (powder coated to RAL 9001 Cream) which connected seamlessly to the horizontal free hanging sections between the structural beams (powder coated to RAL 8022 Black Brown). A 50mm x 50mm angle was fixed to either side of the beams to account for the deviation in the beams to provide a uniform appearance along the length of the panels. Cold cover plates made to site dimensions were used to hide the LTHW flow and return connections to the panels.