Denpasar Airport
Denpasar, Indonesia

Description
Type Airport
Project New building
Execution 2014
Area 28.600 m²
Architect PT. Angkasa Pura 1
Designer PT. Arkonin
Owner
/ Investor
Regierung Indonesiens


Denpasar Airport, the third largest airport in Indonesia is located in the south of the island of Bali, approximately 13 km away from Denpasar. It was expanded by a further terminal which became necessary due to the steadily increasing passenger volume. Almost all tourists visiting Bali use the airport Ngurah Rai, as it is called officially. It is named after the Balinese independence fighter Gusti Ngurah Rai who died in the fight against the Dutch in 1946.

Hub expansion

For many years, the popular vacation and travel destination Bali has continuously been attracting more visitors and this is why the Indonesian government tackled the expansion. The new international check-in terminal 3 was constructed in 2013/2014. The former international terminal is now used as check-in terminal for national flights. The objective was to increase the airport’s capacity to up to 25 million passengers. The complete site reserved for international flights covers an area of about 28,600 m2.

Terminal 3 is an L-shaped low-rise building with two levels. The roof of the main building is loosened up by small tent roofs. The design is oriented to the local Balinese architectural style, which is, for instance, reflected by the use of reddish and grey sandstone. The interior also shows Balinese motives.

Installation of Oventrop technology

In this international project, Oventrop could contribute to the building technology to a large extent. The company supplied different regulating and isolating valves of the “Hydrocontrol” series being part of the product group for hydronic balancing in heating and cooling systems. The location of the functional components of all valves in one plane allows for an easy assembly and simple operation. Each valve fulfils several functions, which are mainly presetting, isolating, filling and draining. Furthermore, presetting for hydronic balancing and control measurements are carried out. Please find below the advantages in short:

Double regulating and commissioning valve “Hydrocontrol MFC

These valves are installed in the risers of hot water central heating and chilled water cooling systems and serve to achieve a hydronic balance between the various circuits of a system. They can be installed in either the supply or the return pipe. One advantage of the valve is the low pressure loss which is guaranteed by the oblique pattern. As the kv value of the metering station is constant in any presetting position, regulation can be carried out quickly and easily. The flanged valve “Hydrocontrol MFC” is available in the sizes DN 65, 80, 100, 125 and 150.

Isolating and orifice valve “Hydrocontrol ATR

The Oventrop “Hydrocontrol ATR” valves PN 16/ PN 25 are installed in the risers of hot water central heating and chilled water cooling systems. They allow for an isolation of the risers and feature two threaded ports closed with blind plugs which can be equipped with fill and drain ball valves. The valves can be installed in either the supply or the return pipe. The model “Hydrocontrol ATR” has two female threaded ports and the model “Hydrocontrol APR” two press connections for a quick installation in case of press connections. The Oventrop isolating and orifice valve “ATR” is available in the sizes DN 10 to DN 65 and the “APR” valve in the sizes DN 15 to DN 50.

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