Stokvis provides competitive water-heating solution for Kingston University

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Stokvis water heaters have replaced old equipment at the University of Kingston.

Domestic hot water for one of the main buildings on the University of Kingston campus in Surrey is now provided by a pair of high-performance water heaters from Stokvis Energy Systems. This EconoFlame water heaters replace previous equipment that served kitchens, laboratories, washrooms and toilets.

The equipment was installed by Knightime in the Penrhyn Road building.

Managing director Glynn Barrow said, ‘We hadn’t previously purchased boilers or water heaters from Stokvis, but doing a comparison we found that they matched the performance of the main alternative and were more competitively priced. We are now looking at Stokvis again for a contract concerning a large hotel chain.’

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