Kimpton Energy Solutions, based in the Wirral, has almost doubled its HQ and has turned to one of its major suppliers, Gilberts Blackpool, to guarantee new offices deliver a top working environment.
Therefore, the refurbishment of the unit adjacent to Kimpton’s headquarters, to house the company’s service & maintenance, air conditioning, and health & safety departments, has seen Gilberts’ GSFA swirl diffusers incorporated into the exposed ceiling.
Kimpton’s Andy Morgan referred to the established relationship the company has with Gilberts.
“As a major supplier to us, we chose to demonstrate our conviction in Gilberts’ quality and use its ventilators in our own offices,” he said.
Gilberts’ patented GSF series of fixed swirl diffusers offer omni-directional, swirling horizontal discharge of high air volumes throughout the ceiling, to deliver speedy intermixing and maintain good internal air quality.
Andy said the circular profile of the GSFA lends itself well to exposed ceilings, creating an ‘aesthetic synergy with ductwork.’
The GSF diffusers are just part of Gilberts’ range of ventilation diffusers, louvres and grilles, designed to deliver discreet solutions for transfer of air, whether it be via mechanical or natural means, into and throughout a building.
Founded 55 years ago, Gilberts has become Britain’s leading independent air movement specialist, with its range of stand-alone natural ventilation solutions, complimented by air movement components for mechanically-operated systems.
Gilberts of Blackpool,
Phone: 01253 766911
Fax: 01253 767941
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