New boilers and burners deliver savings for Marriott Hotel

Published:  03 March, 2016

Strebel, burner, space heating

Marriott International selected Strebel to provide more efficient heating and hot water for its Forest of Arden Marriott Hotel & Country Club in the West Midlands. The new heating solution comprises three boilers with 10 sections and outputs of 700 kW with Baltur gas burners supplied by EOGB. The improved system provides heat and hot water for the three floors of this 214-room luxury hotel and its full-service spa.

Martin Cooke, technical manager at EOGB, said, ‘The burner-boiler match in this heating system is extremely effective. The Baltur TBG range of burners are all Class 3 low NOx as standard, and coupled with the well established RU range of Strebel boilers provides optimum combustion and performance which means that heating can be controlled more economically.

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