Lochinvar is just the remedy at Royal College of Surgeons

DHW services for the 78 bedrooms in the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh are provided by two Lochinvar copper-fin water heaters.
The ability to stack two Lochinvar water heaters played a key role in overcoming space restrictions in the basement plant room of the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh. Lochinvar supplied MCW copper-fin water heaters, which were installed on a stacking frame, and two LST166 energy-saving cylinders to provide hot water for the college’s 78 bedrooms. Established in 1505, the Royal College of Surgeons is one of the oldest medical organisations in the world and one of the largest in the UK. David Pepper, Lochinvar’s managing director, says, ‘The copper-fin range operates on the principle of fast output in relation to low storage capacity. Offering thermal efficiencies of 91%, the fast recovery offered by the MCW series is ideal for the college, which is subject to peak-demand periods.’
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