Shell-and-tube boilers

MHS Boilers, shell and tube boiler

The shell-and-tube range of boilers from MHS boilers offers outputs from 60 kW to 10.5 MW. They are reverse-flame and 3-pass design and are suitable for oil, gas and dual-fuel firing. The range includes the latest forced-draught low-temperature hot-water boilers, including oil-fired condensing units.

A notable model in the range is the Ecocond (pictured) series of narrow-bodied 3-pass shell-and-tube condensing boilers. There are 11 models with outputs from 110 to 640 kW and suitable for natural gas, LPG and heating oil — including biofuel.

Other models include the highly efficient SupeRAC, SupeRAC AR , double-stacked SupeRAC 2F, narrow-bodied Trispace AR and the extremely powerful Trinox.

MHS Boilers can also supply its new range of Vectron forced-draught burners for oil, gas and dual-fuel firing. Options include single-stage, multi-stage and modulating outputs from 20 kW to 1.8 MW.

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