Packaged boiler rooms are available on short delivery

Stokvis Energy Systems has standardised on Heatpak packaged boiler rooms with a standard specification for various heating loads to achieve rapid delivery to site — generally six to eight weeks. Heatpak units are relatively light, so they can often be installed on the roof of a building or alongside.

Equipment in Heatpak units can include high-efficiency boilers, condensing pre-mix boilers, plate heat exchangers, pressure and booster sets, and solar panels and vessels.

The combination of high-efficiency boiler and plate heat exchanger gives the benefit of a fully modulated heating and hot-water system — dramatically reducing running costs and giving a very short payback.

Stokvis Energy Systems, packaged boiler room

Units can be connected within a few hours of delivery, even in adverse weather conditions.

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