Lochinvar extends Squire range of indirect water heaters

DHW, water services, indirect water heater, Lochinvar

Lochinvar’s Squire range of indirect water heaters can be used with traditional boilers as pre-heat vessels for renewable technologies such as solar thermal or air-source heat pumps. There are 20 models with storage capacities from 290 to 2850 l. Eight units are also available with twin coils.

Most models in the Squire range can have an immersion heater added.

Peak draw-off capacities range from 597 to 5456 l in an hour at a 50 K temperature rise.

The integral coils in the Squire range have been sized to make them suitable for working with renewable technologies as well as traditional LTHW systems. The twin-coil versions offer an efficient and space-saving solution compared to integrated systems. Both coils can be used with an LTHW boiler to increase the recovery rate for hot water.

These water heaters are insulated and are finished with a grey outer casing with a black base and lid.

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