Boiler plant is restored to fitness at fitness centre

Remeha, boilers, condensing

Boilers in a fitness centre in Salford that had become less than fit for purpose and started leaking have been replaced with new Remeha Gas 210 ECO Pro boilers. Three of the largest models in the range were installed in Salford Council’s Fit City in Eccles. They each have an output of 200 kW, modulating down to 39 kW. They were installed on the recommendation of Urban Vision, which also carried out the installation work.

The decision to install these boilers was based on their proven reliability and reasonable cost, as well as ease of installation and support from Remeha.

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