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Extreme performance for college

Mikrofill has installed two Extreme boilers at Lord Wandsworth College on the North Hampshire/Surrey border. 

Around an hour’s drive from London and set in 1,200 acres of rolling countryside on the North Hampshire and Surrey border sits Lord Wandsworth College. The boarding and day student college achieves excellent examination results and aims to create confident, capable, and level-headed pupils.

The decision was made to update the health and capability of the present hot water system serving both Summerfield and Hazelveare boarding houses. The existing calorifiers located in a basement plantroom were replaced by two Extreme 500 litre loading cylinders c/w an on-board anti legionella function.

Skilfully installed by long-standing contractor, Industrial (Boiler & Contract) Services, the Extreme’s serve in excess of 55 showers and can collectively deliver 2.82 l/s at 60°C in a 10-minute period. The stainless steel unvented loading cylinders are capable of maximising condensing plant efficiency by operating at Delta t 30°C (80/50°C).

The Extreme is also available in 200 and 300 litre versions all with the ability of operating at 6 bar on an unvented system.

For more information on these and other Mikrofill products please contact the sales team on 03452 606020 or

8 July 2021


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