Specials completed projects

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The University of Nottingham and the Score Project

We were approached by a lecture called Paul Riley in November of 2007 who asked us to source an economically priced heat exchanger for the Score project. The score project had produced a device that took heat from the cooking fires in third world countries and used it to produce harmonics and sounds, feeding them backwards through a loud speaker to produce a small electrical current that could power a low wattage electric lamp.
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Intensive Care Air Fluidized Therapy Bed

The strangest radiator / heat exchanger that we manufactured was for an intensive care hospital bed. The bed resembled a large old Victorian bath manufactured in fibreglass. The structure was filled with polystyrene balls with a cloth mattress on top of them.
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