MHS Boilers supports council’s plans to reduce energy consumption

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Devon’s carbon-reduction plan includes these MHS Boilers installed at a leisure centre to replacing aging plant.

As part of Devon County Council’s commitment to reducing energy costs and carbon emissions, MHS Boilers has supplied three 200 kW boilers, two 300 l calorifiers and a pressurisation manager to replace 12 aging units. Carbon emissions at Newton Abbot Leisure Centre will be reduced by over 100 t a year, with energy savings providing a payback within seven years.

The county council plan for 2012 to 2017 was created in partnership with The Carbon Trust. It contains 34 individual projects aimed at cutting CO2 emissions by 20% by 2017 and saving up to £881 000.

The ADI-NOx CD range of boilers solve the problems caused by replacing old atmospheric boilers in compact plant rooms. With outputs from 68 to 905 kW, they have incredibly compact dimensions that belie their powerful outputs. Models up to 110 kW are only 350 mm wide. These boilers can also operate with a ∆T of 11 K.

Modulating burners with a high turndown help achieve a high seasonal efficiency. Up to 12 boilers can be cascaded or installed in modular format.

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