As the weather continues to be unseasonably cold, Jaga Heating Products has today announced it will equip every bus shelter in the United Kingdom with a Jaga Bespoke Maxi LST radiator – an energy efficient solution to keeping the nation’s commuters warm.
With over 300,000 bus shelters across the country, spanning from the Southernmost stop which is Valley Road bus shelter in St Levan, Cornwall - to the Northernmost which is Saxa Vord’s stop on the Shetland Islands, Jaga aims to provide warmth and comfort to those waiting for their bus – through its Bespoke Maxi LST radiator.
“Jaga is committed to carbon emission reduction, so it is only logical that we would want to promote the use of public transport across the UK,” said Phil Marris, Managing Director at Jaga Heating Products. “With the delayed onset of spring, this ground-breaking project ensures the nation’s bus passengers enjoy the warmth of being inside, while waiting for their transportation outside.”
The Bespoke Maxi LST radiator is the ideal heating system for the project due to its robust, Low Surface Temperature (LST) casing – providing powerful heating, yet ultimate safety in situation where children and the elderly are likely to be present. The Maxi itself is extremely durable, with solid galvanized metal casing, and dirt-repellent lacquer ensuring it withstands all weather conditions whilst requiring little maintenance
“As domestic energy bills continue to increase, Jaga strives to help relieve the financial burden people face when trying to keep their homes warm,” said Marris. “We take pride in supplying the UK population with energy-efficient heating systems to warm people inside – now we look forward to providing them outside comfort too.”
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