Condensing boiler watches the weather


Posted on December 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Quantum Heating Ltd says lower emissions and energy efficiency are two of the main criteria concerning domestic heating and ventilation, which is why highly efficient condensing boilers are now seen as the most cost effective and environmentally friendly option. With this in mind, Quantum has introduced a range of what are described as highly efficient, fully modulating gas condensing boilers that work in conjunction with an new weather compensation control ­ an outdoor thermostat ­ which senses changes in the weather and adjusts the boiler temperature accordingly. The Quantum “DB” range includes a choice of two condensing boilers available in both natural gas and LPG versions. One is suitable for open vented systems and there is a system boiler including expansion vessel and pump suitable for sealed systems. All models are available as 230 volts or 24 volts and are designed to output 80,000btus. The 24 volt boiler is supplied complete with a choice of three programmers and a three-port divert valve. Quantu





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