Floor-standing condensing boiler

Buderus, Bosch, condensing boiler, space heating

Buderus has added to its range of floor-standing condensing boilers the SB745, which is available in outputs of 800, 1000 and 1200 kW — making it an ideal choice for interruptible supply contracts. This boiler requires 30% less floor space than its predecessor and is 20% lighter. Factory-fitted frame rails are standard, so a jack or forklift can be used to accurately place the boiler into position.

An intelligent water-routing systems uses separate return connections, providing ideal conditions for condensing operation. When combined with a burnout combustion chamber, this feature enables seasonal efficiencies of up to 110% to be achieved.

There is no requirement for a minimum flow rate, operating temperature or burner output — so installers can connect to the heating-circuit flow without the need for additional devices such as a primary pump.

A flue-gas silencer minimises noise emissions, and a thermal-insulation casing offers touch protection.

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