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HEATING, VENTILATION & SERVICES  Hybrid solution hits the roof


Ground breaking ventilation technology is hitting new heights with its latest derivative. Gilberts Blackpool, one of the UK’s leading air movement specialist, believes it was the first manufacturer in its field to develop a hybrid system that utilises internal


heat to warm incoming air through wall facade louvres without using a heat exchanger. Now a new version of the pioneering Mistrale Fusion System (MFS) has taken the same concept from facade to roof, with MFS-V (Vertical). MFS-V incorporates two Fusion MFS128 units placed vertically into a rooftop penthouse turret.


01253 766911 www.gilbertsblackpool.com Interflow introduces ecoAzur from GIF


Interflow UK distribute a range of environment-enhancing, sustainable systems from pioneering manufacturers including GIF ActiveVent, Desinfinator and plasmaNorm. EcoAzur from GIF is a new energy saving solution for commercial kitchens. It monitors the heat


and vapours arising from cooking operations, using optical and thermal sensors linked to the BMS, to adapt the airflow and ensure optimal air quality and ergonomics whilst, at the same time, making significant energy savings.


01952 510050 www.interflow.co.uk  Salvation to high energy bills


A programme to upgrade the heating of homes in Essex is helping the Salvation Army Housing Association bring affordable warmth to residents whilst also reducing the carbon footprint of its housing stock. TSG Building Services recommended Ecodan system from Mitsubishi Electric, with units


installed ranging from 5kw to 8.5kw depending on the property size, along with pre-plumbed cylinders. Ecodan is designed for retro-fitting making it suitable for almost any property.


01707 282880 www.mitsubishielectric.co.uk 


 LSZH self-regulating heating cable


Pentair leads on innovation with its new Raychem Low-Smoke Zero Halogen (LSZH) self-regulating heating cable range, the first of its kind. Thanks to its unique combination of self-regulating and


LSZH properties, the range provides safe, simple and efficient pipe- freeze protection. This offers users superior performance and durabil- ity as well as improved energy efficiency. Developed specifically for use within commercial and residential buildings, the range offers unparalleled building safety, thanks to a new LSZH jacket material.


www.pentairthermal.com  


Get multizoned with our MRX1 controller


CONTROLS UP TO 8 HEATING ZONES


OPERATING MODES 4 DIFFERENT M


PERIODS A DAY, 7 DAYS A WEEK


6 TIME


COMPATIBLE WITH CRX2 CONTROLLERS


INDIVIDUAL OR GROUP ZONE PROGRAMMING


ENERGY SAVING FEATURES


COLOUR DISPLAY LARGE LCD


Our MRX1 Multizone wireless controller can control up to 8 heating zones using the existing CRX2 controllers, where each CRX2 can control multiple Consort RX heaters in the same room or zone.


Find out more at Consortepl.com e: sales@consortepl.com t: 01646 692172


TOUCHSCREEN CONTROL


central controller great energy and cost saving


can be retrofitted to RX systems


ideal for home or commercial property owners


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