How to fund your school's new boiler installation
When a school experiences a boiler breakdown, what are the options available when it comes to funding a replacement? Read on to find out.
3 essential support services for your school's heating system
A school may need a new heating system, but which aftersales services should be considered to ensure its boilers remain efficient and reliable?
How to get the right heating mix for your school
Bosch’s Pete Mills explores the heating technologies schools should consider for reliability and energy efficiency.
Is your school's heating system out of sight & out of mind?
What are the considerations that need to be made when it comes to specifying and installing heating systems in schools? A new report addresses the challenge.
Upgrade or replace? Maximising industrial boiler performance
Why should you always arrange a detailed site survey before you embark on upgrading or replacing your industrial boiler?
Take care: How to get CHP aftercare right
Bosch’s Carl Main explains the importance of aftercare and regular maintenance for CHP systems to prevent breakdown and improve efficiency.
What's BIM it for me? How can level 3 help you?
Building Information Modelling (BIM) has already made a huge impact to the construction industry, and with BIM level 2 laying the foundations for level 3, it’s important that we get to grips with the technology before we move forward.
Out with the old, in with the new: How does the ErP directive impact on Commercial Boilers?
Condensing boilers have been compulsory in the domestic market for over a decade, but now the Energy related Products (ErP) Directive has been in place for just over a year, the commercial sector has been nudged to follow suit.So what's changed?
3 Reasons why your school needs a condensing boiler system
A school without heating and hot water has to close, so how can the latest condensing boilers offer schools the efficiency and reliability they need?
Fitting a new condensing boiler into an older system: What do you need to consider?
Boiler replacement projects aren’t as complicated as you might think, and you could be making significant savings in being proactive with your dated system. Believe it or not, there are ways and means of integrating new condensing boilers into existing systems and pipework, without risking contamination of the primary boiler circuit or loss of performance
District heating temperatures: How low can you go?
If you keep doing the same things, you’ll keep getting the same results – or so the saying goes. Yet in the case of district heating, using the same system specifications as 20 years ago could well see you lose out on potential energy savings and environmental benefits. But why is this the case?
Are you schooled in boiler efficiency?
If you’re responsible for a school’s heating and hot water, you’ll be only too aware of the shift in the way major works at your school are managed.
Four key things to consider when specifying installing Combined Heat and Power
There is no ‘one size fits all’ approach when it comes to the specification and installation of a Combined Heat and Power (CHP) plant, and the industry is divided on when cascades of multiple
CHP modules or single module systems should be used. When assessing which type of system is best for a given application, the following four key areas need to be considered.
Keeping control: The Benefits of CHP Remote Monitoring
Published on 11/05/2016
Remote monitoring may not be a new concept, however Richard Keen, our Commercial Service Manager, explains how an intuitive web-based system allows customers to access their own platform and monitor their system’s performance better.
Think Smarter: ThinkBIM
Published on 15/04/2016
With Building Information Modelling (BIM) fast becoming integral to the design and construction of buildings, Shaun Garrod, our Business Development Manager - North, attended ThinkBIM Spring conference to promote the benefits and obtain customer feedback.
Bringing a breath of fresh air to the VRF Market
Published on 15/04/2016
As the commercial Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) market goes from strength to strength, Jon Skelding, our VRF Technical Consultant, explains how our Climate 5000 range can provide further benefits to end users, contractors and consultants.
Plant operators urged to get ahead before Medium Combustion Plant Directive
Published on 01/04/2016
Matthew Walton, our Contracts Manager, is calling for plant operators to prepare ahead of the fast approaching implementation of the Medium Combustion Plant Directive (MCPD).
A Bright Future with BIM
Published on 29/02/2016
Pete Mills, our Commercial Technical Operations Manager, discusses our journey with BIM (Building Information Modelling) within the last 3 years and the way in which it impacts the designing and construction of buildings. He focusses on how, as a manufacturer, we overcome our primary concern regarding ensuring our data is transferred into the model correctly and how this information is presented to those who need to use it.
Can your Steam Boiler handle the pressure?
Published on 22/12/2015
Matthew Walton, Contracts Manager for Industrial Boilers at Bosch Commercial and Industrial explains how to ensure correct design pressure at all times by avoiding poor quality steam and carry over. The appeal explores the reasoning behind why poor quality steam can affect performance of a boiler and a way to test for water purity.
Striving for CHP Design Excellence
Published on 24/11/2015
Alex Parkinson, UK CHP Sales Manager at Bosch Commercial and Industrial Heating explains the need for a responsible approach to be taken to CHP system design. The appeal follows observations that there is still a large number a of electrically-biased CHP systems that have been designed to reject heat unnecessarily.