New product guide from MHS RadiatorsNovember 30, 2017
MHS Radiators has unveiled its new retail Product Guide for 2017/18, featuring a superb range of Designer, Multi Column, Aluminium and Cast Iron radiators, as well as a stunning selection of towel rails and valves.
The retail guide includes 28 new and exclusive Italian designed models across the range, with all 52 products available in an updated palette of colours and finishes.
In addition, MHS Radiators has included more stocked items than ever before, with a wide range of sizes and colours available.
Placing an emphasis on innovation and design, MHS Radiators has carefully selected each product with the knowledge and expertise synonymous with being an industry leader for more than 35 years. The new retail product guide features spectacular radiators, such as the Blow®, which is designed by French architect, inventor and designer Jean-Marie Massaud. This spectacular model has a breath-taking finish, which adds a sculptural quality and is unique to every Blow® radiator. Elsewhere in the Designer range, the MHS 13 and MHS 25 offer contemporary elegance in a wide array of sizes and finishes.
MHS Radiators has also introduced Nina, an elegant steel towel warmer that perfectly fuses form and fashion. The company anticipates this becoming a very popular product, as it is stocked in five different finishes, as well as eight different sizes.
Alex Bradley, Operations Manager at MHS Radiators, said: “Our new Product Guide contains some of the most exceptional products available on the market today and we have carefully selected each model to suit our retail customers – ensuring they have exceptional levels of choice.
“So, for our most popular models, we have included stock items in multiple sizes and in the most sought after colours. And to make ordering simple, all of the product information, such as codes and scale diagrams, is included – so there’s no need for flicking backwards and forwards between pages!”
Completing the range is a collection of uniquely designed contemporary and traditional valves, with new corner versions in the Radius and Kentwell collections.