Goldman Plumbing was engaged by Ivanhoe Girls Grammar school to design and install a new pool heating system. The existing system was at end-of-life age and was inefficient due to outdated technology.
The existing system consisted of 7 x Bosch 32 instantaneous gas hot water generators, 2 x Latento storage heat exchangers and was also fed via a solar pre-heating system.
The Latento heat exchangers were replaced with 2 x 315L stainless steel storage tanks with one tank acting as a Solar Pre-Heat collector/storage tank. The second tank was used for heated water residual storage.
The existing 7 x Bosch heaters were replaced with 4 x Aleabrax A1K 100 condensing hot water generators, with an output of 100 kW each and net efficiencies of 108%.
New pumps, controller and sensors were also installed to control and regulate the system. This new system required major pipework re-configuration to accommodate the new equipment.
The system was designed by our in-house engineers and installed by our experienced Victorian team, on time and on budget with minimal disruption to the schools operations.