Bottisham Village College reboilers with equipment from Mikrofill

Boilers, space heating, DHW, Mikrofill

New boiler plant for Bottisham Village College in Cambridgeshire, which was opened in 1937, has been suppled by Mikrofill. The college’s initial vision was to provide good-quality education for local children by day and for adults by night. In the early days, the college also served as the local picture house, concert hall and theatre.

The new boilers include two condensing boiler packages to serve part of the main school and the sports hall/swimming pool area.

Mikrofill also supplied numerous Ethos 70 and 130 kW wall-mounted boilers, complete with cascade control systems, low-loss headers and air/dirt separation and pressurisation packages.

The equipment was installed by design-and-build contractor Blueflame Heating of Huntingdon.

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