Boiler replacement expands capacity

Published:  25 August, 2022

A BABCOCK WANSON BWD40 Fire Tube Boiler has been installed into Meantime Brewing’s Greenwich, London site, which is used in multiple aspects of brewery operation. The 4 tonne BWD40 is a replacement for the existing 2.5 tonne boiler, which had come to the end of its working life.

In a recent refurbishment of its Greenwich site, to both increase capacity and reduce its carbon footprint, Meantime Brewery appointed industrial process heating specialist Babcock Wanson to undertake the boiler replacement works. This included supplying the BWD40 Fire Tube Boiler and carrying out all the mechanical and electrical works as part of a turnkey solution. Babcock Wanson developed the plans in close consultation with chief engineers from across parent company, Asahi UK, and ensured the site meets BG01 Guidance on the Safe Operation of Boilers.

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