Mikrofill helps seafront hotel give warm welcome

Published:  05 March, 2014

maintenance, refurbishment, Mikrofill, boiler, space heating, hot water, DHW

Effective heating and hot-water services have been restored at the St George’s Hotel on the sea front of Llandudno following the installation of Mikrofill wall-mounted condensing boilers and its hot-water loading systems. The new equipment replaces dated horizontal calorifiers and inefficient cast-iron boilers — all of which had long been in need of replacing.

The hotel turned to Ener-G, a specialist in the energy-efficiency market, which worked with installer Heater Services of Rochdale to resolve the problem.

The new equipment comprised four Ethos 130 kW condensing boilers in free-standing frames and three Rapide Extreme 500 l hot-water loading systems. Each unit can deliver 2570 l/h of hot water while maximising the efficiency of the Ethos boilers. Temporary boiler plant enabled the hotel to stay open while the work was carried out.

For more information on this story, click here: March 2014, 105

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