An Alnwick-based biomass firm has custom-fitted a 250,000 wood-pellet heater into a Cumbrian care home which is using green power to keep its citizens warm and comfortable. Re: heat worked for 18 months with the owners of the Rosehill residential home at Aglionby to design a bespoke, sustainable heater to replace oil-fired marylebone boiler repair.
The 500kW biomass boiler is sustained by wood pellets kept in a new building on website created by McKnight & Son after re: heat’s comprehensive design work to understand the heating needs of the grade II-listed care home. Re: heat likewise manages the fuel supply and delivery of wood pellet stocks at the home, to guarantee residents are never ever without heat and warm water.
Hamworthy changes boilers in Langham Hotel
Replacement boilers for the Langham Hotel in London’s Regent Street were selected for their ability to be broken down into modules and brought up stairs to the rooftop plantroom. Hamworthy Heating supplied 27 ModuMax modules, each rated at 250 kW, to replace 2 large shell-and-tube boilers.
The previous boilers were set up in the late 1980’s and were considered unlikely to last for another heating season. The hotel required a reputable product that might match the heat demand.
Heating system which is cutting expenses for hundreds of Glasgow occupants is the future, state campaigners
A HEATING system which is currently cutting costs for hundreds renters in Glasgow is the future, according to ecological campaigners. A district heating plan, where one large boiler heats water pumped to radiators in numerous homes, cuts expenses and conserves energy.
Ecological group WWF Scotland and academic scientists have called on the Scottish Government to invest in the programs and move far from specific family boilers. Cube Housing tenants and owners in Wyndford in Maryhill are already using an award winning communal scheme.