MIKROFILL SUPPLIES PLANTROOM UPGRADE AT LEASOWES HIGH SCHOOL
Leasowes High School in Halesowen is a hard-working and successful school where traditional values of fairness, discipline and respect underpin a culture of aspiration for al. . .
MIKROFILL HELPS FUEL SAVINGS AT OLD STOCKS INN
The Old Stocks Inn is a beautiful grade 2 listed hotel in the picturesque town of Stow on the Wold. Purchased in 2014 by its current owners the decision was made to transform the building in sympathy wit. . .
BEDFORDSHIRE NHS TRUST
Bedford Hospital NHS Trust is a 403 bed, high performing district general hospital committed to providing a caring and safe environment for its patients and staff. The trust provides a range of services to over 270,000 people predominantly in the north . . .
ICKNIELD COMMUNITY SCHOOL
Icknield Community School in Watlington Oxfordshire wants to ensure that all its students are prepared and motivated to make a difference both now and in the future. Under its “excellence for all” principle the school wants everybody connected. . .
MIKROFILL SUPPLY STANBROOK ABBEY HOTEL
Set within the stunning grounds of a 26 acre estate, this former monastery is surrounded by the outstanding natural beauty of the Worcestershire countryside. The hotel's 56 rooms offer guests a beautiful blend of histori. . .
BOOK A CPD ON “THE FILLING OF COMMERCIAL HEATING & CHILLED WATER SYSTEMS”
The presentation covers both historical and modern methods of filling and accommodating expansion in hydronic systems. In addition the CPD. . .
MOORGATE ACADEMY USES MIKROFILL
The recently completed “Moorgate Primary Academy” in Tamworth prides itself on being a very friendly school with caring, supportive staff.RPS (B/ham) carried out the mechanical design that included 3 No Ethos 110kW condensing boil. . .
SOLIHULL COLLEGE & UNIVERSITY CENTRE
Solihull College and University Centre in the West Midlands recently approached Mikrofill to provide a presentation on hydronic systems to around 20 students. The presentation featured a practical demonstration of the new "M. . .