Stokvis brings evolution to Construction Week

Stokvis, boiler

Boiler specialist Stokvis will be displaying its Evolution range at this year’s UK Construction week (NEC 10th – 12th October).

The Econoflame R600 Evolution offers outputs from 142 to 540KW thanks to the patented downward firing, pre-mix burner and stainless steel heat exchanger; as well as low weight and compact dimensions enabling them to pass through standard, single leaf doorways. The R600 range’s seven models are available for stand-alone or cascade installations and are ideal for high rise, or communal applications thanks to the maximum 8 bar pressure.

The R40 Evolution range encompasses six models delivering between 56 and 138KW, which can be combined either back-to-back or in line to provide a maximum capacity of 1,102KW.

Depending on the model, the R40 Evolution range features either a single or double helix, high grade stainless steel heat exchanger using low water volume and excellent flow characteristics to optimise energy saving. As a result the Seasonal Space Heating Efficiency for the range is an impressive 92.5%, while both ranges produce a NOx Class 6 rating.

Sales and marketing director for Stokvis Energy Systems, Paul Sands, comments: “We’ve had a lot of interest from specifiers in the new Evolution boiler ranges since the launch. This is due to their excellent performance figures, and their reliability – with stainless steel rather than aluminium heat exchangers. We will also be exhibiting our packaged plate heat exchangers and HIU’s which deliver space heating and hot water for apartments blocks.” See Stokvis on stand H262.

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