MHS Boilers provides heating and hot water for new halls of residence

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New halls of residence at the University of Glamorgan in Pontypridd will have heating and hot water provided by equipment from MHS Boilers.

As part of a £20 million redevelopment of halls of residence at the University of Glamorgan in Pontypridd, MHS Boilers has supplied 10 Ultramax 65 kW wall-mounted condensing boilers and 10 Xpressflo 300 l condensing hot-water generators. The halls are on the Treforest campus, and the equipment will be installed in five plant rooms to provide heating and hot water for over 450 new en-suite rooms.

Mike Titley of consulting engineers The Hick Titley Partnership of Bridgend comments, ‘After close consultation with the MHS sales team, the Ultramax boilers and Xpressflo water heaters were clearly the best products for all five plant rooms. Not only did they easily meet the performance specification, their reliability and compact design made them ideal for the installation.’

The boilers have a helical stainless-steel tube-type heat exchanger with a premix burner that can achieve efficiencies of over 109.5% and a turndown range of 5:1.

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