Mikrofill has supplied new condensing boilers to a West Midlands school.
Built in the 1960s to serve the surrounding community, Thorns Primary School is situated in the south west corner of the West Midlands conurbation in the area traditionally known as The Black Country. The school currently caters for around 200 pupils from ages of 4 to 11.
During the spring of 2019 a dilapidation survey by Corporate Landlord Services (part of Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council) concluded that the existing LPHW plant was to be replaced. The existing floor standing cast iron boilers were substituted by 3No Ethos 110kW condensing modules. The frame mounted boilers with integral shunt pumps have a combined modulation of 30 > 1 and supply the existing LPHW system via a Mikrovent low loss header and air/dirt separator.
Skilfully installed by long-standing mechanical contractor, Lord Combustion Ltd the LPHW circuit was complimented by the installation of a Mikrofill 400 pressurisation package.
For more information on these and other Mikrofill products please visit www.mikrofill.com or call the sales team on 03452 606020.
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