This article looks at five key reasons for choosing Contour, UK innovation leaders for LST radiators, anti-ligature radiators and the radiator cover market, when refurbishing your healthcare environment.
LST radiator guards are the part of the radiator responsible for ensuring individuals cannot burn themselves if they decide to or accidentally touch the radiator for any reason – Contour explain more here. Despite their level of safety, it is important LST radiators are placed in an optimal location in order to provide the highest comfort levels. If[…]
When it comes to the heating needs of your space, it is possible wall to wall LST radiators may offer the best solutions and benefits, as Contour explain here…
In light of government net zero targets and green initiatives, polymer specialist REHAU has released its latest generation of its pre-insulated pipework to help specifiers and contractors deliver low carbon district heat networks.
Low surface temperature, or LST radiators, have long been considered a safe heating solution, especially in places that are either populated by heavy traffic, or in environments used by those most vulnerable, Contour explain… LST radiators for schools have become one of the more popular environments – but not just for safety reasons, as they offer other[…]
Often overlooked, colour can have a huge impact on the hospital environment – Contour explain how the colour of LST radiators can have psychological impacts…
Contour have explained how you can ensure you get the right number of LST radiators for your space.
Building services professionals nationwide will once again have the opportunity to take part in a series of virtual CPD courses, focusing on key construction industry topics, from REHAU.
PVC4Pipes has launched a refreshed online Training Package for the actors across the whole PVC pipe supply chain, making it easier to educate their sales forces and train their employees.
For any below ground structure, basement drainage should always be considered essential, Delta Membranes explain here…