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Natural ventilation, unlike mechanical fan forced ventilation, simply uses the natural pressure differential force of air movement, wind and buoyancy to deliver a steady supply of fresh air for building ventilation and cooling.

Naturally ventilating a building offers the best of both worlds, combining little or no energy consumption with low capital costs, whilst still providing adequate fresh air and temperature conditions throughout the year.

With plant room also eliminated, lower service / maintenance costs and services space minimised, natural ventilation makes for one of the most practical choices of the day.

Gilberts Mistrale natural ventilation range is an all new series incorporating patented design features that position it at the leading edge of modern natural ventilation design. Designed for both stack effect, wind driven or even single wall/façade hybrid solutions, Mistrale provides the perfect solution for efficient and effective natural ventilation.

Key Features

Mistrale 75

Mistrale 75 provides a traditional stack effect natural ventilation solution enabled for installation into both windows and walls. A patented insulated blade damper with full insulated casing not only offers very low leakage when closed, but also a U-value of less than 1 Watt/m²/k.

The patented intake louvre design also offers high weather performance in an economical single bank assembly. Optional coils also allow the unit to combine ventilation with a heating or cooling function.

Penthouse Turret

Gilberts intake/exhaust penthouse turrets are manufactured in a wide cross section of configurations creating a perfect system design and aesthetic that caters for hybrid, wind driven or stack effect systems.

All penthouse units include our patented high weather efficiency class ‘A’ design to eliminate weather ingress, and can be fitted on to both flat and pitched roofs.

Fusion Terminal

A hybrid single side wall or façade solution, Gilberts new Mistrale Fusion MFS terminals combine ventilation with an innovative heat recovery feature, incorporating an ultra-low power fan.

One of the latest innovations in ventilation, Mistrale Fusion MFS is a dynamic hybrid that includes ultra-low power fan assistance that energises in poor air movement conditions to ensure adequate ventilation that meets BB101 and PBSB requirements at all times.


Mistrale features a bespoke design controls set to provide standalone operation or a straightforward interface with the BMS. Room CO2 and temperature sensors can communicate with Mistrale to fully manage the complex relationships between airflow, temperature and air quality and thus maintain the perfect classroom environment.

For help and advice on your next natural ventilation project contact Gilberts. Our natural ventilation experts will be pleased to offer any informal, friendly guidance you may require.

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