Stokvis advises on hospitality sector heating and hot water

Published:  06 February, 2018

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Paul Sands, sales and marketing director for Stokvis Energy Systems, is focused on the challenge of providing heating and hot water in the hotel and leisure sectors.

He comments: “Basically, the hospitality and leisure industry – reaching from suburban guest houses to country house hotels with large leisure complexes – all face fluctuating demand for large volumes of hot water, combined with a need to maintain occupant comfort; often exacerbated by poorly insulated building envelopes.”

Stokvis R40 and R600 Evolution boilers are particularly useful for this market, offering high performance and reliability built on well-established technology.

Evolution is fully modulating and also features low water volume – a combination that provides peak efficiency and the capability of condensing to optimise energy use.

For more information on this story, click here: February 2018, 165

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