May 2016. CO and NO2 detection in underground car park.
After having been located in various sites in Madrid throughout the XIX century, the current Bank of Spain building was built with the aim of giving the National Bank a fixed headquarters more in accordance with the importance of its role, such as issuing coins and bank notes for all Spanish territory. The current building is located in Cibeles square, where Alcalá street and the Paseo del Prado come together, and it was inaugurated by King Alfonso XII in 1891. After several extensions the current building has a total built surface of 4,736 square meters, which include a lower floor, three floors above ground level and four basements.
The Bank of Spain headquarters has renovated the gas detection systems for its underground car park. DURGAS, the new CO and NO2 detection system designed and manufactured by Durán Electrónica, has been selected to update the gas detection system in this landmark building and NO2 detection has been included to improve control of its ventilation.