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September 27, 2010

Halton delivers the largest central vacuum cleaning system to Germany


Halton Puzair has delivered Germany’s most extensive central vacuum cleaning solution. The system was installed in the Hotel Scandic Berlin Potsdamer Platz, due to open in October.

Halton Puzair, a part of Halton Group focusing on central vacuum and automatic shredder solutions, has delivered the largest central vacuum system to date in Germany to the Hotel Scandic Berlin Potsdamer Platz. The hotel has 563 rooms, 12 of which are suites and 128 exclusive Superior-class rooms. The hotel, in the centre of Berlin, is scheduled to open in October of this year.

The extensive system delivered to the Hotel Scandic Berlin Potsdamer Platz is capable of serving up to 18 simultaneous users.

Halton Puzair's central vacuum system offers significant benefits for hotel operators. The system saves up to 50% of the cleaning time in comparison to traditional vacuum cleaners, and the system’s quiet operation enables more cost-efficient cleaning during daytime without disturbing hotel guests. In addition, the system contributes to a clean and healthy indoor environment by removing harmful microparticles, comments Matti Rantaniemi, the director of Halton Puzair.

‘In addition to central vacuum systems, Halton’s current range of hotel products covers indoor climate solutions for hotel rooms, kitchens, restaurant areas, and other public spaces in hotels, and the product range will also be further developed and expanded in the future. The system delivery to the Hotel Scandic Berlin Potsdamer Platz is a very important project for us in Germany and provides a great reference for future projects,’ Rantaniemi says, summarising the company’s outlook. 

 

For more information, please contact:
Matti Rantaniemi
Tel.: +358 40 488 9012
E-mail: firstname.surname@halton.com

Scandic Hotel Potsdamer Platz: http://www.scandichotels.com/Hotels/Promotional‑pages/Berlin‑Potsdamer-Platz/

Halton Group

Halton is a family-owned company specialising in indoor climate products and solutions and in indoor environment services. Halton’s aim is to create safe, comfortable, and energy-efficient indoor environments that have a sustainable life cycle. Halton delivers solutions for applications ranging from public and commercial buildings to industry, commercial kitchen, and restaurant uses. Halton is also among the most respected providers of indoor climate solutions for marine and offshore applications. The company’s areas of expertise and product ranges cover air diffusion, air-flow management, fire safety, kitchen ventilation, and indoor environment management. Halton was founded in Finland in 1969. Today the company operates in 23 countries. Its 2009 turnover was 148 million euros.  

Halton is a corporate partner of the Millennium Prize, the world’s largest technology prize. The prize celebrates innovations that have a favourable impact on quality of life and well-being. It seeks to highlight technological innovations that have a positive influence on our everyday life.  Millennium online: http://www.millenniumprize.fi/



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