Ideal extends Imax Xtra EL range of boilers

Published:  05 May, 2016

Ideal Commercial Boilers, boilers

Ideal Commercial Boilers has extended its range of Imax Xtra EL of floor-standing boilers with models offering outputs from 715 to 1240 kW. The range now comprises 10 models with outputs from 320 to 1240 kW. These new boilers expand the flexibility of the range while retaining a compact size that enables them to pass through standard doorways. The range outperforms the 2015 ErP requirements and offers very low NOx Class 6 performance for maximum BREEAM points.

Imax EL boilers have heat exchangers of aluminium silicon alloy and comprehensive control capabilities. Part-load efficiency is up to 109.8%.

The entire range is supported with a 2-year parts and labour warranty.

For more information on this story, click here: May 2016, 105

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