Broag condensing boilers for new Bradford mosque

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Wall-hung condensing boilers from Broag serve the space-heating requirements of this new mosque in Bradford.
A bank of four Broag Quinta wall-hung condensing boilers serve the space-heating system for a new mosque in Bradford. They were supplied complete with cascade kit for the 30 m-square Madni Jamia Masjid, which has been built and furnished in stages over the last three years as the money was raised. The upper two floors are already in use. The basement, to be completed in the final phase, will house community facilities, including a library, day-care centre, IT equipment and a youth club. Consulting engineers Redworth Associates of Bradford say the boilers were chosen on the basis of ‘quality, efficiency and good name’.
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