MHS meets refurbishment needs of Land Registry

MHS boilers, water heaters and cast-iron radiators are being installation as part of the refurbishment of the Land Registry building in London.
Boilers and radiators supplied by MHS feature prominently in the refurbishment of the imposing Land Registry building in Lincoln’s Inn Fields in London. This building dates from 1913 and is the headquarters of the Government organisation which records ownership rights of freehold and leasehold properties in the UK. It contains the largest property database in Europe. The refurbishment includes the replacement of inefficient heating and water services systems. MHS Ultramax 278 kW boilers were selected for their compact footprint and low NOx emissions. MHS is also providing the new hot-water system for the canteen, using two room-sealed flue, direct-gas-fired, high-performance Tudor NHREV18 water heaters with a compact footprint for ease of installation. In keeping with the style of this historic building, traditional MHS cast-iron radiators are being installed. The comprehensive range of MHS radiators in traditional style made is possible to purchase all heating products for this Land Registry project from one supplier. The consulting specifier is Troup Bywaters & Anders, and the installation contractor is Cofathec Heatsave.
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