Remeha helps Esporta chain reduce its carbon emissions

Esporta, the UK gym and health-club chain, has completed an intensive 6-month upgrade of its heating system based on Remeha gas-fired floor-standing condensing boilers. They were installed in 55 clubs to replace 7000 kW of old atmospheric and pressure-jet boilers. The project has reduced NOx emissions by at least 90% and CO2 by 26% compared with the previous pressure-jet boilers. Gas consumption is expected to be reduced by at least 20%, and by 25% more where atmospheric boilers have been replaced.

The work was carried out following the recommendations of consultant Mistral Technical Services.

The small footprint of the Eco boilers installed and their ability to be installed side by side makes them ideally suited for modular configuration. With conventional and room-sealed capability, they can be installed in most situations.

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