Since launching last year, Zehnder’s Alumline range has proven popular among specifiers due to excellent heat output, cost efficiency and ease of installation.
Alumline provides a high-performance economical alternative for commercial projects. It uses the same aesthetic panel design as Carboline, but with an activation made of aluminium and copper in place of the graphite and copper solution. Therefore, offering a swift response to temperature changes and excellent energy efficiency.
The range offers architectural freedom with benefits such as closed ceiling modules and ceiling sails. In addition, special dimensions and integrated sound installation are available as optional extras.
Aidan Flannery, Specification Director at Zehnder Group UK, comments: “With public projects under budget pressure and energy efficiency a top priority we spotted a gap in the market for a panel that combined exceptional output with cost-efficiency. Alumline has been well-received from the moment it went on sale, as it meets the performance level expected by design engineers while aligning with the budget needs of project managers.”
Zehnder Group UK Ltd
Unit 4, Watchmoor Point
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