Historic building in Edinburgh is heated by MHS radiators

MHS Radiators, space heating

As part of the complete refurbishment of a Grade A listed building in Edinburgh, MHS Radiators has supplied 25 Carat contemporary flat-panel radiators, as specified by consulting engineers Arup. They were installed in The Hub, Edinburgh’s Festival Centre on the Royal Mile, by Taylor and Francis of Paisley, which has long experience of working on historic buildings.

The flat-panel design of the Carat has a strong geometric form. There are six pipe connections, including two facing downwards, which can utilise the fully features Variocon valve and integral TRV arrangement. They also have integrated top grilles and welded side panels on double-panel and renewable-friendly triple-panels.

There are six heights from 250 to 950 mm and seven lengths from 405 to 3005 mm.

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