Stokvis upgrades school heating and domestic hot water

Stokvis, domestic hot water, space heating, boiler, maintenance, refurbishment

The plant room of a school in Suffolk has been upgraded with the installation of a pair of Stokvis R605 boilers, an Econoplate plate heat exchanger and a 500 l buffer vessel to provide the school with all its heating and domestic hot water for washrooms, showers and catering. Westley Middle School in Bury St Edmunds has 468 pupils aged nine to 13 and hosts some 60 clubs each week, both at lunchtime and after school. Activities include basketball, soccer and badminton.

Maverick Consultancy was responsible for the M&E design and specification of the equipment, which was installed by Trinity Heat Care.

R605 boilers can be manoeuvred through doorways from 670 to 770 mm wide, making them ideal for refurbishment projects.

Dave Goble, who heads Maverick Consultancy, said, ‘I specified the Stokvis boilers, together with a plate heat exchanger, based on my past experience of working with Stokvis: their reliability and the technical support the company offers.’

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