DHW with condensing efficiencies

Water heaters
Up to 80% of the tank volume of Maxxflo storage water heaters can be generated in condensing mode.
To help building proprietors and managers comply with legislation on the energy performance of buildings and carbon-dioxide emissions, Andrews Water heaters is continuing its development of condensing technology. Maxxflo condensing storage water heaters can generate up to 80% of the tank volume in condensing mode, producing a net efficiency of 109%. They are available in eight sizes from 30 to 120 kW with tanks of 200 and 300 l. These stainless-steel water heaters are produced in line with the demands of the new Part L2 of the Building Regulations.
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