Your Complete Warehouse Fit Out Solution

Updated: Jul 10

Achieve nZEB and save energy in your warehouse design with radiant heating & touch-free sensor taps. Save more than 40% energy with radiant ceiling panels that work with heat pumps and provide heating and cooling to large buildings efficiently.

Large Space Heating Solution

The ability to economically heat buildings whilst also considering the environmental impact is important - even more so in large spaces such as warehouses where energy usage is high.

Radiant ceiling panels deliver comfort, energy-saving and flexibility in heating and cooling large buildings efficiently, also helping you achieve nZEB Standard. Our range of Zehnder radiant panels work with heat pumps and provide over 40% energy-savings compared to other systems. ZBN panels are particularly suited to large spaces. The system delivers an even temperature distribution across the entire height of the building, with bonus free cooling at low temperatures.


Touch-Free Sensor Taps

With improved reliability and simpler, hygienic technology, Touch Free Sensor Taps (and soap dispensers/sanitisers) are fast becoming a standard installation in public washrooms & large facilities such as warehouses. Benefits include fewer germs, up to 70% water savings, cost savings and simplified maintenance.


We have supplied and supported high profile large-space projects with radiant panels including: Terminal 2, Dublin Airport; Combilift, Monaghan; Thermo King, Galway; Knock Basilica & lots more.


To discuss your school project requirements, contact our Commercial Specialists at sales@versatile.ie or call +353.46.9029.444.

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