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Hotel Middleton in Ireland

George Rochfort-Boyd, a descendant of the Earl of Belvedere, had the Middleton Park House built in 1850. In design and construction this early-Victorian manor was an extremely modern building.

Wrought-iron elements were used instead of the wooden balconies which were
common at the time. With a rapidly-changing series of owners in the second half the the 20th century, Middle Park House was becoming rather shabby.

The property was acquired by Gerard Lynam in 2004. A hotel professional, he lovingly restored the manor house using original plans. Variotherm was chosen to provide the heating beacuse Variotherm Surface Heating Systems are extremely efficient and in no way infringed on the wonderful historic optics of the building.

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THE PLASTER WALL HEATING AND COOLING

Sustainable and environmentally friendly. The SystemWall is an extremely efficient low temperature system.

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VARIOPROFILE PIPE

  • Optimised heat transfer
  • Excellent plaster adhesion
  • High pressure and temperature resistance
  • Flexible, easy to bend
  • 100% oxygen diffusion-tight
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THE PLASTER WALL HEATING AND COOLING

Sustainable and environmentally friendly. The SystemWall is an extremely efficient low temperature system.

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THE PLASTER WALL HEATING AND COOLING

Sustainable and environmentally friendly. The SystemWall is an extremely efficient low temperature system.


FLOOR HEATING SYSTEM VARIOFIX

The VarioFix panels (1400 x 800 mm) will simply be moved. Then push the VarioProFile pipe into the panel’s holding burls - finished. All working steps have been tried and tested in practice and can be carried out by a single installer.

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VARIOPROFILE PIPE

  • Optimised heat transfer
  • Excellent plaster adhesion
  • High pressure and temperature resistance
  • Flexible, easy to bend
  • 100% oxygen diffusion-tight