Broag makes the grade at University of Wales in Cardiff

Contributing to the low carbon footprint of this new building of the University of Wales are two Broag condensing boilers.
The installation of two Broag boilers is helping to reduce the carbon footprint of the new Optometry Building at the University of Wales in Cardiff. The Gas 210 Eco MkII condensing boilers are high-efficiency floor-standing boilers with very low NOx emissions and carbon emissions. Other Broag boilers are installed in the university’s Psychology Building and the Centre for Astrobiology.
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