BAXI adds LZC options to Ecoskid prefabricated system

Baxi Commercial Division, Ecoskid, CHP, microCHP

Baxi Commercial Division has developed its prefabricated skid-mounted heating system to include low- and zero-carbon solutions. Ecoskid is a development of the earlier non-condensing prefab­ricated system that it replaces and the MB Series modular condensing option that will continue as a popular specifiers’ choice.

Ecoskid units can incorporate an LZC solution such as the Baxi Ecogen Micro CHP (as illustrated) or a direct-fired condensing water heater such as the stainless-steel NEOflo from Andrews Water Heaters. The main boiler can be from the Paramount two range or the Sirius WH range.

The packaged includes all pipework, valves for isolating gas and water, pressurisation unit with pressure switches and Class A low-energy system pumps. A full system control panel is factory fitted — including auto switches and alarms. There is also provision for a BMS interface for alarms and controls or integral system control.

The Eco unit is automatically selected as the lead boiler. It can deliver 6 kW of heat and 1 kW of electricity An additional burner gives another 18 kW of heat, achieving 90% overall operating efficiency.

Ecoskid is available with a standard plate heat exchanger for retrofit into old systems.

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