Two market-leading Remeha 310 ECO boilers were installed at the University of Plymouth in its newly developed Roland Levinsky Building earlier this year. This iconic building houses the university’s Faculty of Arts as well as providing the new base for the Plymouth Arts Centre.

The new boilers, installed by contractors Mitie Engineering of Plymouth under the auspices of Hoare Lea, Building Services Consultant, complement a number of existing Remeha boilers fitted as standard throughout the campus.

Phil Greenwood, spokesman for the university, expressed great satisfaction, not only with the reliable and economic performance of the product but also “the good service and maintenance back up” they received from Remeha.

The Remeha 310 ECO boiler is a small, quiet, floor standing boiler, which ensures high efficiency and ultra low NOx emission compliant with 21st century standards. It is of compact lightweight construction and supplied with wheels for speed and ease of installation.

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