A Stirling heating job by MHS Radiators

MHS Radiators, space heating
Heating for this new public-service facility of Stirling City Council is provided by Monoplan radiators from MHS Radiators.

As part of the major refurbishment of the building that is now Stirling City Council’s ‘Customer first — one stop shop’, heating is provided by 20 Monoplan radiators supplied by MHS Radiators. To help with the specific requirements of this project, MHS supplied bespoke welded feet for several Monoplan models.

This one-stop shop was created by the council to provide a place for local people and visitors to get face-to-face advice and information from the council’s customer-service advisers, Visit Scotland and HM Revenue & Customs advisers.

The Monoplan range is available with one, two or three panels in heights from 220 to 950 mm for horizontal models and 1200 to 3800 mm for vertical models. All variants come in lengths from 300 to 4000 mm in 100 mm increments.

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