SAP has a guest house that leaves nothing to be desired
The “Walldorf model” was specially developed for the project. It is characterised by a relatively narrow, filigree frame and has Z-shaped louvres as infill, which give the whole a technical, straight-lined appearance, as befits the technology company SAP. The shutters of the Walldorf model with a construction depth of 45 mm have sufficient statics for the project and yet are small enough to fit in the given spaces. The Walldorf model can be filled with a wide variety of slats; apart from the Z-slat used here, these could also be elliptical slats or rhombus-shaped slats, for example. Baier has developed many different slat geometries for the Walldorf model. For larger projects, completely new types of louvres can also be developed.
Sliding shutters with system
The entire system can be controlled electrically, on the one hand from the individual rooms and on the other hand centrally via the fire protection control system to release the escape routes.
The SAP Guesthouse in Walldorf consists of a total of six floors and offers 104 guest rooms, including five generously designed flats and one suite per floor. In the basement, there are social rooms for hotel and kitchen staff, storage rooms, a workshop and a central laundry store.
Baier takes over professional maintenance
Since completion, Baier has been looking after the plant with an annual service. This regular maintenance ensures that the system remains reliably in operation and ready to function. Especially in large-scale public projects, the reliability of a technical facility such as the sun protection system is enormously important. Through a reliable partner who built the system and continues to look after it, this is guaranteed, it always functions reliably and is ready for operation. and can also function reliably long beyond the conventional warranty.