Remeha helps Liverpool University achieve carbon-reduction targets

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Animal hospitals at Liverpool University now have heating and hot water supplied by Remeha boilers.

Energy-efficient Remeha boilers are playing a key role in helping to reduce carbon emissions at Liverpool University by 36% by 2020, compared to 2005. The latest installation is the replacement of two aging dual-fuel pressure-jet boilers serving the School of Veterinary Science’s large- and small-animal hospitals and main administration building.

Brian Jones of Mouchel Technology M&E Services specified two Remeha Gas 210 Eco Pro condensing boilers to provide heating and hot water. The smaller footprint of these boilers made possible a redesign of the pipework and pumps layout for easier future access and maintenance.

Contractor Ellesmere Engineering carried out the installation around one of the old boilers to ensure continuous heat delivery during the replacement process.

This latest installation joins a whole range of Remeha boilers at the Leahurst Campus, where the school’s three animal hospitals are located, and the University of Liverpool.

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