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Sperlonga Port
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The tourist port of Sperlonga in Italy features a harbour based on a typical design for land-enclosed seas, such as the Mediterranean. The port was built around 1960 for the benefit of local fishermen and leisure boats. Over the years, leisure tourism has become ever more popular, thanks to the quality of the water, the beauty of the coastline and the proximity to the Pontine islands. As part of a recent enlargement and refurbishment of the port, GEWISS’ 68 Q-MC range was installed to supply power safely to each mooring. GEWISS’ pedestals ensure visitors benefit from superior services and comfort, in visual harmony with the elegance and beauty of the surrounding scenery.

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QMC63C - WIRED - CENTRALISED ELECTRONIC MANAGEMENT - DOUBLE-FACE TAKE- OFF - 4 SOCKET OUTLET 2P+E 16A  - IP56 - WHITE

QMC63C - WIRED - CENTRALISED ELECTRONIC MANAGEMENT - DOUBLE-FACE TAKE- OFF - 4 SOCKET OUTLET 2P+E 16A - IP56 - WHITE

The 68 Q-MC range is the innovative energy and services distribution system for environments such as tourist ports, campsites and public spaces (trade fairs, markets, gardens, etc.) that combines an attractive design with total reliability that is maintained over time thanks to its resistance to chemicals and atmospheric agents. The terminals are available both in AISI 316L stainless steel and in thermoplastic material, in blue, white or green colours. The range includes both pre-wired and empty versions, which can be configured as needed.
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A prestigious hotel in the heart of the Aosta Valley represents the perfect connection between nature and technology. At the Nira Montana Hotel in La Thuile, the majesty of nature reigns, and is enhanced by all of the architectural features in the wellness area, in the luxurious rooms and in the communal areas. For GEWISS, the task was to bring everything into harmony, not only from an aesthetic perspective - for example, with devices from the Chorus domotics system - but also in terms of function, with the management of floor-mounted boards from the 47 - CVX 630 series, containing safe energy take-up devices such as miniature circuit breakers, residual current circuit breakers and control switch disconnectors.

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Locanda della Posta - Boutique Hotel

The Hotel della Posta in Perugia is located in a historic building in the centre of the Umbrian capital. Completely renovated in 2017, this charming hotel combines ancient and modern in a unique and exclusive boutique hotel. 17 luxurious rooms, equipped with a number of modern comforts, including underfloor heating, are managed with GWHost, GEWISS’ new supervision software. This enables the hotel to manage entry systems, hotel management functions, to register guests, control home automation systems in every room, at all times. Attractive GEWISS’ Lux plates in monochrome metal provide aesthetic harmony to light switches and controls, blending perfectly with the décor of each room.

Ghisallo Cycling Museum References

Ghisallo Cycling Museum

The integrated GEWISS electrical system is at the heart of the famous Ghisallo Museum and is vital to its function, serving both the indoor spaces and the areas outside the museum. As well as providing devices for building automation, GEWISS was also chosen to install boards, electrical cabinets and distribution terminals, flush and surface mounting enclosures, miniature circuit breakers and residual current circuit breakers, interlocked switched socket outlets, universal socket-outlets, plates and command switches, rain and wind sensors, light and temperature-sensitive probes, junction boxes and pliable conduits. GEWISS also provided a host of lighting solutions, both for emergency applications and to enhance the architectural details of the museum.

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