Broag-Remeha boilers deliver heating for high-tech school in Bristol

Published:  28 January, 2008

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The recently opened £30 million Redland Green School in Bristol has its space-heating requirements met by three Broag-Remeha 310/7 boilers installed by Lorne Stewart. These floor-standing boilers were recommended for this particular location for the efficiency and performance and ultra-low NOx emissions.

They are compact and light in weight and supplied with wheels for quick and easy installation.

Redland Green School has a potential capacity of 945 pupils aged from 11 to 16 and 450 post-16 students. Dedicated facilities enable the school to accept up to 50 pupils with severe, profound and multiple learning difficulties.

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