The scheme is aimed at public and private sector organisations wanting to reduce emissions and improve cash flow.
Together the range is designed to provide a fire resistant and sustainable solution with pressing systems, meaning there is no requirement for hot works to be used at Mount Stewart.
The Duofix frame comes supplied with the necessary parts to connect to the wall and floor and to make plumbing and drainage connections.
The system is CE marked and meets European smoke vent standards hEN12101-2, as well as Construction Product Regulations.
The Geberit On Tour dates are as follows: 8 April – Loughborough9 April Nottingham 10 April – Derby11 April Rugby15 April – Saffron Walden16 April Ware17 April – Watford23 April Bristol24 April – Stroud25 April Banbury29 April – Staines30 April Poole
Geberit DuoFresh is less harmful to the environment than an aerosol and provides natural ventilation whilst being concealed with the cistern behind the wall.
The company’s systems have enabled the campus to meet its energy saving targets, with the university hoping to achieve a 35% carbon reduction by 2016.
The company’s Mapress Stainless Steel has been used in areas where pipework is exposed, whilst the Duofix frames and cisterns are hidden in the walls to produce an aesthetically pleasing finish.
Zehnder E3000 has low noise emissions and consists of an energy efficient EC motor to reduce operating costs.
The High Temperature Split is ideal for large or old residential or commercial properties and can connect to solar panels, convector and underfloor units, DHW storage cylinders and radiators.