Elco range on the page

Elco, Elco Heating Solutions

Elco Heating Solutions has launched its latest Commercial Gas Range brochure, providing a detailed and visual insight into the company’s range of condensing boilers and CHP units.

The new literature details Elco’s dedication to high efficiencies and low emissions, as well as state-of-the-art modular construction.

The Commercial Gas Range brochure features Elco boilers such as the popular R3400 and the R3600, which have high outputs combined with low weight, compact dimensions and low emissions. The brochure also contains the new Trigon XL which represents a significant step forward in heating technology. With extremely flexible configurations, clever design and a range of models available, the Trigon XL boiler is perfect for a variety of commercial applications.

Elco has also introduced the new Thision L Evo, a range of wall mounted condensing boilers. It features flat metal fibre cold flame burner for extremely low NOx emissions, plus extensive cascade arrangements for powerful and flexible systems. Its efficiency and performance make it excellent for commercial environments.

Ian Bradley, managing director for Elco Heating Solutions, says: “The brochure is more than just technical information. Instead, it provides specifiers with the detail that matters in an imaginative and visual way, including our product design and manufacturing approaches. Key information and clear diagrams on each page also allow specifiers to choose the right Elco product for the application.”

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