Accessories: BOILER RIG SYSTEMS  

 

BOILER RIG SYSTEMS are available for Remeha Quinta Range of Wall Hung Boilers.

Using a pre-assembled rig system brings greater reliability due to the modular configuration of the Quinta boilers. Installation is also quicker and easier as the boilers are delivered on site in a pre-assembled wheeled unit. This reduces downtime and on-site labour which results in greater productivity and efficiency for the customer.

Quality control is also improved as the pre-configured unit is pre-tested and delivered as a whole system, rather than individual components.

Our bespoke boiler rig system service also offers:

  • Increased design flexibility
  • Rapid, high-quality installation
  • Accurate matching of heat output
  • Improved asset management

 
Boiler rigs are designed and manufactured to meet the exact requirements of each project and site.
 

Boiler rigs are designed and manufactured to meet the exact requirements of each project and site, supporting consultants in overcoming plant room limitations and tight deadlines. The increased design flexibility enables more accurate matching of the heat output for improved efficiency and greater cost savings. The bespoke rigs are able to accommodate most client specifications, from the position of the low loss headers to inclusion of plate heat exchangers for hydraulic separation. Improved asset management and BIM files alignment also assist with the facilities management cycle.

Once designed, the rig system is built on a rigid wheeled box frame manufactured from fully welded Epoxy Powder Coated 40mm SQ for easy manoeuvrability and connection to the existing on-site system. The unit has fully adjustable legs for levelling after final positioning.

Remeha have installed bespoke boiler rigs in different locations, including Gateshead Council and The Royal Academy of Arts to produce rapid and high quality heating solutions.

For any more technical details, look at this link: 
https://www.remeha.co.uk/products/accessories/boiler-rig-systems