School refurbishment uses Mikrofill boilers

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Heating for new and refurbished buildings at Langley Park School for Boys in Beckenham is provided by boilers from Mikrofill. The work included a state-of-the-art performance space, a new Sport England sports hall adjacent to the Phythian Building, which was refurbished to match the new construction.

Design-and-build contractor LJJ of High Wycombe selected floor-standing condensing boilers and HWS Extreme loading systems for DHW across the site.

Two twin-burner Ethos 350 kW boilers were installed in the new school to provide heating to numerous variable-temperature circuits. They also provide heat to a bank of Rapide Extreme HWS loading systems to produce over 2570 l/h of DHW at 60°C.

Two more of the same boilers were installed to serve the Phythian and sports hall buildings, along with a Mikrovent 750 low-loss header integral air and dirt separation.

A turndown ratio of 20:1 ensures excellent load matching and operating efficiency.

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