Condensing boilers use water vapour in the exhaust gases (a natural result of combustion) to pre-heat the incoming water and save energy in comparison to conventional boilers. They are usually 90% to 98% efficient, compared with the National Construction Code minimum requirement of 80% or 83%. Systems should be designed so that the water returning water from the heating system has a temperature between 30-55°C, to ensure full condensing capacity is achieved and maximin energy efficiency.
• Increased Efficiency
• Improved Comfort & Control
• Reduced carbon footprint
• Space Saving
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