Chelsea Pensioners to enjoy underfloor heating in new infirmary

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Flowcrete’s Isowarm underfloor heating will serve 6000 m2 of floor are in a new infirmary at Royal Chelsea Hospital.
A new infirmary at the historic Royal Chelsea Hospital is heated by a Flowcrete Isowarm underfloor system. It serves an area of 6000 m2. This building is the fifth to be built on the site since Sir Christopher Wren originally designed and erected the facility after Kings Charles II issued a Royal Warrant in 1681 authorising the creation of a centre to care for the welfare of old or disabled soldiers. The new infirmary is being built by Wates Construction. Alan Dean, sales director with Flowcrete, says, ‘Of significance for this project is the ability to keep underfloor heating out of sight, which makes it a safe system for all environments, particularly those used by the elderly. Further, with the cost-effective benefits of Isowarm, including possible energy saving of up to 24% compared to conventional radiator systems, it not only cuts fuel bills but also helps create a more sustainable environment.
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