MHS Boilers adds renewable energy to leisure-centre mix

MHS Boilers, renewable energy, Solar thermal, boiler, space heating

MHS Boilers has supplied boilers and a solar-thermal system for the new Portway Lifestyle Centre in the West Midlands. There are four R607 floor-standing gas-fired boilers and 32 m2 of Auron DF evacuated-tube solar collectors, supplying heating and hot water for the entire complex — including a hydrotherapy pool, sports hall, gym and multi-purpose activity room.

MHS has also supplied two 400 kW plate heat exchangers, two 1875 l thermal stores and two 965 l Inox-Maxi buffer vessels.

The centre also includes a new GP surgery with equipment from MHS Boilers that includes two 85 kW Thision L wall-hung boilers and two Thision 65/250 water heaters.

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