Town Hall chooses electric boilers for restrictive space

Published:  04 July, 2013

Atlantic Boilers, electric boiler, space heating

Atlantic Boilers of Oldham has supplied its new Multi-Elec electric boiler for the Acton Town Hall re-generation project. With access and availability of services being a problem on-site, the powerful electric boiler, which needs no flues, fits snugly into the basement area.

All the town hall buildings are undergoing significant repair aimed at reducing the high cost of maintenance. The project also seeks to provide improved leisure, library, community and civic facilities as the population of Acton has grown progressively since 1900, when the town hall was built. Mechanical Engineers G & D Higgins of Harrow carried out the installation.

The Multi-Elec boiler is 99% efficient and has a 3-step control system controlled in stages or by a building-management system. The boiler is available ex-works, from 96 to 630 kW and, by special manufacture up to 980 kW. Range of temperature is 40 to 95˚C and working pressure 0.5 to 4.0 bar.

For more information on this story, click here: July 2013, 133

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