Halton’s demand-based ventilation system has received an honourable mention for innovation in equipment design from leading industry body FCSI.
The company’s M.A.R.V.E.L system was recently singled out for praise by the EMEA chapter of the Food Service Consultant Society International (FCSI), which represents nearly 60 UK members that offer professional advice to caterers.
The system sold by Halton purports to cut kitchen energy use by 50% on average.
The award was presented by FCSI EAME president, Anthony Galvin, to Rabah Ziane and Georges Gaspar from Halton.
Director Gaspar said: “This is a great honor for us. Halton M.A.R.V.E.L was launched about two years ago in North America and about one year ago in Europe, Middle East and Asia. During that time it has been awarded already five times in various exhibitions.”
He added: “The system has received a lot of attention from our customers and both sales and system specification rates are increasing at an excellent pace.”
Halton specialises in indoor climate and indoor environment products. The company operates in 23 countries and made sales of £122m last year.