Gilberts has refined its standard, linear and high capacity slow diffuser border options to allow plasterwork to run up to the vents cut out in the ceiling.
The new plaster border option features an elongated external flange, which is screw-fixed into the ceiling, and then simply plaster-skimmed over.
Gilberts’ managing direction Jonathan Haslam explains, “Because we undertake every aspect of our products’ design and manufacture in-house, we can make appropriate adjustments to accommodate particular design requirements more quickly.”
Gilberts’ aluminium slot diffusers deliver smooth, accurate air distribution via a discreet directional control vane in each slot that directs the airflow as required- across the ceiling in either direction, or discharged vertically downwards.
In addition, various slot numbers and widths are available in each unit. Units can be supplied up to 2m in length, and joined to achieve longer runs without impact on aesthetics.
Gilberts of Blackpool,
Phone: 01253 766911
Fax: 01253 767941
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