Chilled Beams

Radiant
Heating Panels

Other Heating & Cooling Products

Frenger Systems are specialists in manufacturing and supplying energy-efficient HVAC systems, including Chilled Beams and Radiant Heating Panels, to commercial buildings globally. Our HVAC systems are utilised in hundreds of award-winning properties across the world for their benefits such as improved employee wellbeing, better indoor air quality, lower noise levels and high levels of thermal comfort. Our product range currently includes: Chilled Beams, Radiant Heating Panels, Heat Recovery Units, Chilled Ceilings, Air Curtains, and VAV Units.

Frenger have worked on projects all over the world in a variety of industries such as Commercial, Healthcare, Educational, Airports, Public Spaces, and Hospitality. View Frenger's projects page to see how their Chilled Beams, Radiant Heating Panels, and HVAC Systems are being utilised across the globe.

Inside Zayed Centre

Winner of RIBA 2021 London Award Zayed Centre As Supplied by Frenger®

The already Multi-Award winning Zayed Centre has recently added another accolade to its collection with the 2021 RIBA London Award at the RIBA regional awards. The award-winning project was supplied with Frenger's X-Wing® Radiant Passive Chilled Beams.

Net-Zero Case Study

Case Study: Frenger® supporting the pathway towards Net Zero Carbon Buildings

A case study looking into how Frenger's highly efficient product solutions have and can support the pathway towards Net Zero Carbon Building.

Advert for Chilled Beam Webinars

Register Your Interest in our CPD Accredited Chilled Beam Webinars

During these unprecedented times, we are offering you the opportunity to learn from home with our CIBSE Accredited Chilled Beam Online Webinars, click the link below to register your interest!

Inside Ulster Hospital

New state of the art chemotherapy unit at ulster hospital opens in Northern Ireland

The new Chemotherapy ward is part of a wider £261 Million (GBP) investment into the redevelopment of Ulster Hospital in Belfast, Northern Ireland.