Remeha boilers respond to refit challenges at Goodenough College

Remeha Commercial, boilers, space heating, DHW

Three Remeha Gas 310 Eco Pro boilers have been installed at Goodenough College in London to improve the energy efficiency of this postgraduate residence and educational trust in the Bloomsbury area. They were specified by specialist procurement managers SolarVent.

The ability of these boilers to be disassembled into three parts facilitated access to the plant room.

Nabil Kamil of SolarVent commented, ‘Taking into account the heat output required and the need to dismantle the boilers, they were the only ones suitable for the job at Goodenough College.’

These boilers are light and compact. They can be installed side by side to increase installation design flexibility and are ideal for modular configuration.

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