Condensing boiler

The difference compared to a classic methane gas boiler is the reuse of the heat from the flue gases produced by heating the water. Since, the supply water is already partly heated by the flue gases recovered from burning. This guarantees the same temperatures for heating and domestic hot water, but using much less methane…

The difference compared to a classic methane gas boiler is the reuse of the heat from the flue gases produced by heating the water.

Since, the supply water is already partly heated by the flue gases recovered from burning.

This guarantees the same temperatures for heating and domestic hot water, but using much less methane gas to reach the necessary level.

Thus guaranteeing the necessary temperature to heat the water subsequently transmitted to radiators, showers and mixers, without reaching the consumption level of the classic boiler.

As a result, there are considerable annual savings on the gas bill of an average of 30% and the relative reduced environmental impact.

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