New boilers give more servicing space in same size of case

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A host of new design features for Ferroli’s new Optimax combi and system range of boilers contribute to making life easier for the installer and service engineer.
14 engineering upgrades suggested by extensive customer feedback are incorporated into Ferroli’s new Optimax HE combi and system boilers. Almost all involve making life easier for the installer and service engineer by giving all parts and connections more hand and tool space — without increasing the size of the boiler. Higher outputs are also available, with the new range including 38 and 31 kW combis. 31 and 25 kW system models will be launched later. All these boilers are SEDBUK< Band A rated. Water, gas and electrical connections have been redesigned for easier access and greater piping flexibility. The optional built-in timer simply plugs in, with no electrical connections necessary. The condensate trap connection is suitable for all sizes of plastic overflow pipe. These boilers are compatible with outside weather-compensation sensors. They can also be used with Ferroli’s solar water-heating system, which preheats DHW before it enters the combi.
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