Radiant heating panels can integrate other services

HCP, radiant heating

Bespoke integrated service panels from HCP can incorporate radiant heating and various other services such as lighting, pulse switches, PIR sensors and ventilation points. They can also include access hatches to provide access above a suspended ceiling. They can be installed in a suspended ceiling or independently mounted. They are supplied pre-tested and can be simply slotted into a modular structure.

Andrew Jackson, marketing director for SAS International, of which HCP is the heating division, says, ‘Off-site prefabrication techniques reduce build times and costs, and the use of integrated service panels leads to reduced programme times. High-level installation ensures floor and wall space is maximised, while the low operating noise of these panels guarantees a comfortable acoustic environment.’

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