Energy efficient warmth has arrived ahead of the winter chill to the Park Campus of the University of Northampton with the recent installation of three Remeha Gas 610 Eco boilers.The University of Northampton was keen to benefit from more effective heating whilst reducing fuel consumption and carbon emissions but space was an issue in the main plant room. Specialist heating and renewable installation company Andrew Pipework Services (APS Ltd) from Rothwell, Northamptonshire, specified three compact, lightweight Remeha Gas 610 Eco boilers that would deliver welcome heat to the main building, and act as the main heat supply for many other buildings on the Campus.

Mr Andrew of APS Ltd specified the Gas 610 Eco boilers due to their higher than average efficiencies combined with the ultra-low NOx and minimum CO2 emissions – all of which meets the University’s environmental ethos. “These boilers also have a built in diagnostic display that flags any faults,” said Mr Andrew, “which makes them simpler to maintain and service.”

The Gas 310/610 Eco boilers are free standing, gas fired, fully modulating condensing boilers, supplied on wheels for easy manoeuvrability into the boiler house. Further Remeha boilers are installed in the 20 plant rooms across the university campus.

“As contractors we specify Remeha boilers,” continued Mr Andrew. “The boilers are easily available and extremely reliable whilst the service and backup is second to none. Furthermore, they are so efficient they help cut carbon emissions and reduce fuel costs.”

The Remeha Gas 610 Eco is ideally suited for modular configuration due to its small footprint and ability to be installed side to side. An optional Optimising Weather Compensating control package is available to ensure maximum efficiency. The boiler is suitable for both new and retrofit applications. With conventional and room sealed capability it can be installed in most situations.

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