Heatrae Sadia adds BMS technology to unvented storage water heater

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Heatrae Sadia has upgraded its FBM Eco point-of-use vented storage water heater to improve energy efficiency, offer greater defence against legionella and to incorporate BMS technology. FBM Eco is suited to applications such as commercial kitchens and washrooms. It can supply two to eight basins, depending on the model selected.

Unlike its predecessor, the FBM Eco is not fed by a cistern but uses a solenoid valve for easier maintenance, significantly simplifying the prevention of bacteria.

A legionella control system pasteurises the water every 24 hours if the temperature falls into the legionella-growth region

Heatrae Sadia has also launched an upgraded version of its R unit vented storage water heater. A solenoid has replaced a cistern and the legionella-control system added. Efficiency has also been improved.

Both ranges are available in four sizes — 25, 45, 70 and 120 l.

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