WRAS approval for Elco heat interface units

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WRAS approval has been granted to Nexus Futura Bitherm heat interface units from Elco. They are suitable for a wide range of residential applications. They are indirect wall-mounted modules with a heating output of 19 kW and hot water up to 70 kW.

Elco’s managing director Ian Bradley said, ‘Nexus Futura Bitherm units have always been popular in the industry, being a firm favourite of consultants and contractors alike, so obtaining WRAS approval is sure to provide new opportunities for Elco throughout the sector, and we are sure that the units will be even more in demand for residential projects.

Standard features of these units include heating-system pump, expansion vessel, filling point and water pressure gauge.

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