Gilberts has announced the development of a stock, single-unit hybrid solution focussed on natural ventilation with heat recovery, the Mistrale Fusion System (MFS).
The introduction of the system enables the simple addition of extra elements. The modular approach makes it easier for the requirements of each room to be met, with ‘add on’ items available for the core MFS.
Gilberts’ Technical Director Roy Jones explains, “It means the MFS is retained as a standard, individual module to which bespoke parts are added in compliance with the architectural requirements, simplifying and accelerating the whole building services design, supply and installation process.”
In addition, Gilberts undertakes all R&D in-house, to allow the creation of a bespoke answer to individual project demands.
Roy Jones continues, “The standard permutations cover almost every core requirement; our ability to develop, engineer and test bespoke strategies means that an issue which may normally be a deal-breaker can be addressed and turned into a deal-maker: a true one-stop shop solution with the benefits of modular design.”
The versatility of the MFS made it the ideal choice for classrooms – accommodating for the level of occupation, room orientation, site geography and even IT suites and SEN special needs classrooms.
Gilberts of Blackpool,
Phone: 01253 766911
Fax: 01253 767941
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