Components for renewable energy market

Intaeco is a newly established company set up to supply plumbing and heating products with a sustainable-energy focus. Its product range is said to be of particular interest to the renewable-energy market and those with an interest in sustainable building practices.Intaeco is a sister company of Intatec, which specialises in anti-scale taps, showers and valves. The team behind the new venture has 20 years’ experience in the manufacture of plumbing and heating equipment. The range includes equipment for underfloor, solar, geothermal and water-saving applications. Managing director Stuart Gizzi says, ‘We see potential problems within the industry that Intaeco’s product range and information can alleviate. It is a relatively new and emerging market, and the danger is that installers could unwittingly fit component parts that are designed for use in traditional heating systems, rather than the different specifications demanded by more environmentally aware systems. A good example of this is solar — where water temperatures can far exceed those generated by traditional heating methods, requiring special components with a higher temperature rating.’
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