Charterhouse School near Godalming in Surrey has taken delivery of two new CG wall-hung condensing boilers from Clyde Energy Solutions as part of an ongoing programme to upgrade the entire heating system with Clyde’s high efficiency units. The latest additions bring the total number of CG boilers at the school to eleven.
Designed with a sophisticated microprocessor control to be ‘BMS technology ready’, the boilers are linked to the school’s integrated energy management system that allows central control and local overrides to optimise energy consumption. The boilers heat a range of buildings on the site, including teaching blocks, boarding houses and the theatre, and have outputs from 60kW to 100kW depending on heating demands.
Charterhouse School is one of the country’s leading public schools and has over 700 students, nearly all of whom are boarders. Because the accommodation and teaching facilities are spread over an extensive site, a large number of local boilers are required to ensure that all areas are appropriately heated. Clyde CG condensing boilers are providing the school with a reliable, energy efficient solution that combines low energy consumption with low water content for fast heat up rates.
Clyde’s CG boiler range is available in six sizes from 60 to 180kW and units are supplied as standard with a microprocessor control that allows up to eight boilers to be combined in a cascade operation to give a total output of up to 1,440kW. The boilers are designed to deliver optimum energy efficiency and all models feature pre-mix modulating burners and stainless steel heat exchangers. The range also offers all the space-saving advantages of a wall-hung or frame-hung appliance, combined with rapid response and high output from a compact design.