British manufacturer SPC, have supplied Belgravia supreme fan convectors to St Giles Church in Northampton.
Due to its architecturally striking features, the design engineers required brown and white units that were stylishly curved in design to fit in with the surroundings.
John Howes, Midlands Area Sales Manager for SPC said
“A fan convector means that a space can be brought up to a comfortable temperature within minutes which is especially useful in rooms that are used intermittently, making them the perfect heating solution in churches”.
James Sheehan of James Sheehan Consulting Engineers Ltd added
“We have worked with SPC for many years and have confidence in their range of Belgravia of fan convectors. We have used them on many previous projects and they have always proven to be durable, efficient and effective heating emitters.
The absence of any sharp corners and its ergonomically rounded design meant that the Belgravia Supreme units were the perfect choice to fit in with the interior design of the church. We required brown units to blend in with wooden panels and standard white units to fit in with the white washed walls and were delighted with the finished products”.
SPC can accommodate any colour requirements to fit in with a wide range of design criteria. For more information on SPCs Belgravia fan convectors please call the sales team on 0116 249 0044 or visit the website spc-hvac.co.uk.
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