Vaillant high-efficiency combi boilers meet all domestic requirements

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Vaillant’s energy-efficient combi boilers meet all domestic requirements.

Vaillant’s extensive range of high-efficiency domestic boilers are all SEDBUK A rated and available in a variety of types to suit all applications.

The ecoTEC Exclusive range of combi boilers has electronically controlled modulating pumps for lower electrical consumption. A backlit screen features a clear text display of the boiler’s current status. There are two models with outputs from 10 to 27 kW and 11 to 30 kW.

The ecoTEC Plus 937 has an integrated 15 litre storage tank to enable it to meet higher demands for hot water, with water flow shared among all open outlets.

The ecoTEC Plus range of combi boilers offer heating outputs from 6.7 to 28 kW and can be used with Vaillant’s AquaComfort system to provide instantaneous hot water at a constant temperature.

A more basic specification is provided by ecoTEC Pro 24 and 28 combi boilers, and they are suitable for properties with lower hot-water demands — such as a one-bedroom apartment or flat with one bathroom.

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