GCC: Honeywell rolls out new hospitality devices

Honeywell has introduced its new Inncom Elements line of guestroom controls and wired devices for Middle East hospitality projects

The Inncom Elements line of guestroom controls and wired devices have been designed to suit a wide range of guestroom designs, according to Honeywell.
The Inncom Elements line of guestroom controls and wired devices have been designed to suit a wide range of guestroom designs, according to Honeywell.

Honeywell has introduced its Inncom Elements line in the Middle East.

Designed for use within hospitality projects, the guestroom controls and wired devices have been designed to complement a wide range of styles, according to their manufacturer.

The line includes a selection of products, including thermostats, switches, sockets, and modular projects.

Dilip Sinha, Honeywell’s general manager for environmental and energy solutions in the Middle East, Turkey, and Africa, said: “At Honeywell, we understand that guestroom automation is about more than being able to turn lights on and off and open or close a drape – it’s about making the Middle East’s hotels more sustainable, safe, and productive.

“Elements lighting, drape control, and thermostats encompass everything from basic energy savings to creating a memorable guest experience with elegant predesigned room scenes at the touch of a button.

“Given the business benefits of smart buildings, hotels are often ahead of the curve with the adoption rate of smart and connected technologies that, ultimately, enable a more seamless and enjoyable stay for hotel guests,” Sinha added.

Inspired by natural materials such as wood, leather, and stone, the Inncom Elements collection can be tailored to meet specific design requirements, with 16 finishing materials and a range of guestroom functions.

The products’ touch controls and MK Electric units make them particularly well suited to Middle East hospitality projects, according to Honeywell.

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