Remeha delivers more efficient heat for Northampton University

Remeha, boiler

More effective heating and lower fuel consumption have been achieved for the Park Campus of the University of Northampton with the installation of three Remeha Gas 610 Eco boilers. With space being an issue in the main plantroom, Andrew Pipework Services specified these compact and lightweight boilers to heat the main building and act as the main heat supply for many other buildings on the campus.

These boilers also have ultra-low NOx emissions. There is also a built-in diagnostic display that flags any faults, making them simpler to maintain and service.

Gas 610 Eco boilers are free-standing gas-fired fully modulating condensing boilers. They are supplied on wheels for manoeuvrability.

Other Remeha boilers are installed in the 20 plantrooms across the university campus.

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