Andrews water heater is well suited to retrofit

Andrews Water Heaters, DHW

Andrews Water Heaters has added to its high-efficiency storage water heaters with the NEOflo range. These stainless-steel appliances incorporate the latest in condensing water-heating technology and controls to optimise performance and achieve ease of use and economic running costs. They are well suited to retrofit and refurbishment projects, buildings using vented systems and areas where water pressure is low.

These water heaters have no internal circulators, so they can operate at pressures as low as 0.2 bar.

The type of upward-firing burner, combined with tanks of 200, 300 or 400 l, ensures that a high flow rate can be handled and that these heaters are not affected by cavitation or air locks. Recovery rates for all models are 430 l/h through 50 K.

Their dimensions are such that NEOflo units will pass through a standard doorway.

Installation can be as a room-sealed balanced-flue appliance or with a conventional flue. Water temperature is closely controlled, and the design principles protect against legionella. Controls include digital control of temperature and integrated diagnostics, which are accessed by the user-friendly BMS interface with LCD display. Units can be connected to a BMS.

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