Elco hits new heights

Trigon, Elco, gas-fired boiler, floor-standing

ELCO Heating Solutions has launched the new Trigon XXL range of floor-standing gas condensing boilers.

The new flagship model delivers up to 2MW from a single premix unit, which is an industry first. It is also compatible with natural gas or LPG and available in two variants, each offering powerful performance from a one-of-a-kind boiler design, as well as maximum BREEAM credits.

The range offers low NOx emissions (<24mg/kWh), and ability to operate at a 30K delta T – making it ideal for taller buildings which are increasingly popular in London.

Elco explains that the low emissions are achieved by utilising a unique heat exchanger geometry and a water-cooled cold flame burner.

Combined with an optimised combustion system, plus a stainless steel heat exchanger to provide a reliable and robust lifetime performance, the Trigon XXL offers gross seasonal efficiencies of up to 95.9%.**

It also has a unique modular design. Developed by Elco’s extensive R&D team, this concept allows the new boiler to be disassembled into component parts to offer far greater flexibility when siting it in a commercial property where access is tight.

The Trigon XXL is available in ‘ECO’ and ‘EVO’ variants, which combine to offer 19 different models. ‘ECO’ models offer excellent efficiencies and reduced energy consumption, covering outputs from 650kW to 1600kW.

Topping the new range are the ‘EVO’ models, which offer the ‘best of both’ thanks to high power outputs alongside excellent efficiencies. The industry first 2MW version also features an additional heat exchanger section to bolster power and performance, while keeping energy consumption and emissions to a strict minimum.

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