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Trench heaters Arborfield is a village in Berkshire about 4.5 miles (7 km) south-east of Reading, about 4 miles (6.4 km) west of Wokingham. It is about 0.6 miles (1 km) west of the sister village of Arborfield Cross and the two villages have become collectively known as Arborfield, with no signs marking their boundary. In that village recently the entire secondary school complex have been built and we have a privilege to announce that there are some trench heaters from Verano being installed.

New Central Bank of Ireland Head Office in Dublin/Ireland

The New Central Bank of Ireland Headquarters on North Wall Quay, was due for completion at the end of 2016. A project has been classed as the one about renewal and connectivity of Irish Capital. In some part of the building the Verano Climaconvectors.

LST Wall Mounted Convectors

Quite rough climate here in Canada sounds like a challenge for our LST Wall Mounted Convectors. They’ve proven their reliability by being used in Windsor Residence Care Home during last winter.

Restauracja North Fish

Trench heating not only works very well with glazed fasades in buildings, but also composed well to simple yet modern interior design shapes and formats. The North Fish Restaurant located in Wroclaw presents the significant example of stylish design and functionality in one construction area.

Fan assisted trench heaters Turbo VKN Trench heating type TURBO VKN orchestrated exeptionaly with modern architecture building of Big Scene of Puppet and Actor Theatre in Opole (west Poland). Next theatre building where our trench heating system has been used.

Low level convector radiators The construction process for the modern building of Sciences, Astrophysics and IT Sciences of Jagiellonian University Cracow/Poland has just been concluded. Our low level water convector radiators have been successfully assembled and commissioned and the building is well prepared and protected against the harshest winter.