MHG boilers create warm feeling for Wimbledon charity

Three Procon gas-fired boilers form MHG were installed by Industraheat as part of the upgrading and refurbishment of the plant room of Guild House in Wimbledon. MHG also supplied an expansion vessel, system pressure manager and a flexible flue system. Each boiler has an output of 77 kW.

Guild House is the headquarters of The Wimbledon Guild, a charitable organisation that aims to help local people to meet a better life by tackling poverty, supporting ageing and encouraging mental well-being.

The new design by consulting engineers McCarthy Bainbridge included the installation of new pumps, pipework and a new Trend building-management system — as well as a new heating system.

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