Viessmann enters domestic oil boiler market

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Viessmann is adding a domestic oil boiler to its UK product range, having operated in the market for many years as a niche player. 

The Vitorondens 200-T floorstanding oil-condensing boiler features Viessmann’s two-stage Vitoflame blue flame condensing oil technology.

The Vitorondens boiler complies with the new OFTEC requirement for maximum flue gas NOx emissions of 120mg/kWh, which comes into force in September 2018, and will meet the even lower NOx emissions levels expected to be legislated in the next five years. Where Kerosene is used as a fuel, installers can acquire a conversion kit by contacting Viessmann directly.

The cast iron Vitorondens 200-T, with outputs ranging from 20.2 to 107.3 kW, has exceptionally efficient combustion. The boiler features Viessmann’s Eutectoplex heating surface, which guarantees high operational reliability and a long service life.

Viessmann’s marketing director, Darren McMahon, says: “The exceptionally high standards of the Vitorondens 200-T has been proven in Germany and other international markets. With emissions legislation, the time is now right for the Vitorondens boiler to be introduced into the UK as an alternative to biomass and LPG boilers for off-grid customers and where renewable options aren’t always ideal – for example, in older and less well insulated buildings.”

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