Bath Rugby Club converts to Broag boilers

Bath
Replacement boilers for the club house of Bath Rugby Club have been provided by Broag.
Boilers in the club house of Bath Rugby Club have been replaced with three Broag Quinta 85 wall-hung, high-efficiency condensing boilers to provide heating and hot water for players and members. Simon Bryant Jeffries, maintenance manager of H&V contractor M. S. Frise & Sons of Westbury, Wilts, says, We have been using these boilers successfully for several years now. They are tried and tested, provide consistent energy efficiency and are backed by excellent sales and service teams. Bath Rugby Club plays in the Guinness Premiership, and many international players play at its ground, which holds 10 500 spectators. The Quinta boilers have intelligent control and 100% pre-mix combustions. Modulating burners control output down to 18% of full output.
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