Postal Museum update sees Viessmann deliver
Viessmann boilers have been specified for the revamped Postal Museum, which has recently opened its doors to visitors after a major £26 million redevelopment supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund. The Museum’s home, Calthorpe House in Farringdon, is now equipped with six 49 kW Vitodens 200-W gas condensing boilers combined in a cascade for a total maximum output of 294 kW. These provide warmth to the Museum’s new, 500 square-metre exhibition space, which is divided into six zones.
Viessmann’s recently-launched cascade system allows anything from two to six wall-mounted or floor-standing boilers to be combined, has three adjustable settings to accept differing boiler heights, and can accommodate the 49, 60, 80 and 99 kW models from the Vitodens 200-W range. The system requires 30 per cent less space than its predecessor, making it ideal for plantrooms with a small footprint or limited headroom, and is suitable for row, block, or corner installations. Installation time is halved, thanks to an easy-assembly frame and fully pre-assembled heating circuit connection set.