Hamworthy delivers temperatures for drugs company

Published:  24 July, 2005

An effective treatment for the heating and DHW needs of a specialist drugs company is provided by Hamworthy Wessex boilers teamed up with a Masterflue MF flue system.

Hamworthy’s Masterflue MF system, teamed up with a Wessex M660 boiler installation, has provided a trouble-free heating and domestic-hot-water installation for Medivir UK at Chesterfield Research Park in Saffron Walden. The company specialises in drug research and development.

This modular, twin-walled insulated flue system is optimised for projects using condensing and high-efficiency boilers, like the M660 boilers at Medivir. The factory-fitted tri-lip silicone seal and simple push-fit assembly meant that no additional sealants were needed, making installation on site easy. The use of premium-grade stainless steel prevents corrosion, and fully welded components, including elbows and tees, ensure it remains leak free.

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