Free service identifies heating cost savings

Published:  02 November, 2016

space heating, heating survey, burners, EOGB

Commercial-heating specialist EOGB Energy Products offers a service to help companies and organisations reduce their heating bills. The ‘Heating health check’ service involves a specialist EOGB engineer visiting a site and carrying out a full boiler and plant inspection to assess current performance. The boiler combustion is analysed, and the customer receives a report with recommendations and estimated savings based on the current fuel tariff.

The report gives a clear overview of boiler performance and outlines what savings can be made with either basic plant adjustments or upgrades to the burner or controls. It also addresses the payback period, with a full illustration of the timescales involved.



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