Based in Bridgewater, Somerset, Chilton Trinity is a new £24m building and one of the first schools to be constructed under the Governments ‘Build Schools for the Future’ initiative. It educates over 900 pupils a day.
The building was designed with the environment in mind, which is why architect Scott Brownrigg made the right choice in specifying Merriott’s Primo radiators. 232 Primo emitters have been installed within the school. The Primo’s 25mm pitch means there’s less water to heat but more water in contact with steel, resulting in a faster heat-up up time and reduced running costs.
Also featured within the school, adjacent to the floor to ceiling windows, are Merriott Precision radiators. The Precision radiators are floor mounted and stand at a bespoke height of 143mm.