MHS Ambiguard chosen as school reopens its doorsOctober 19, 2017
MHS Radiators has supplied 39 Ambiguard radiators from its LST range to the Phoenix Centre in Wigan. The Special Education Needs (SEN) facility reopened its doors in February 2017 after receiving funding from the local council for an extensive renovation of the building, which included refurbishing the heating system.
When NPS Group was appointed as M&E consultants for the project, they identified LST radiators as the most appropriate product, given that the occupants would be children of various ages. The new radiators replaced ageing fan convectors, which had been installed for many years and were unsuitable for further use. Facilitating an easy install, the existing pipework was utilised across the single storey building.
Lorraine Green, Mechanical Engineer at NPS, specified the Ambiguard radiators from MHS, having been let down by a previous supplier. Explaining the decision, she said: “We always want to specify from companies that are not only reliable, but can also supply a high quality range of products. We’ve been really pleased with the Ambiguard radiators from MHS; they arrived within the specified lead time and the feedback on site from the contractors has been very positive. Overall, we’re impressed.”
Lorraine continued: “Given the success of the Phoenix Centre refurbishment, I have already specified MHS on an upcoming project, using a different radiator from the company’s steel panel range.”
The Ambiguard range of low surface temperature (LST) radiators from MHS Radiators are economical and safe, with all products in the range easy to install, while also benefitting from rounded corners with no sharp edges. Constructed from 1.2mm steel, Ambiguard LST radiators also boast ‘pencil proof’ locking grilles, lockable access panels and reflective backplates which enhance heating efficiency.
For simple specification, the Ambiguard range is available in styles A, B, C, D and T, with finned elements and panel radiator options.