Stokvis rationalises its approach to Heatpak packaged boiler rooms

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A standard specification and drawings for Heatpak packaged boiler rooms has been developed by Stokvis Energy Systems.
Stokvis Energy Systems has devised a standard specification for its Heatpak packaged boiler rooms. They are available with various heat outputs for rapid delivery to site. By installing a Heatpak on the roof or alongside a building, valuable building space can be utilised. These units are also relatively light, overcoming many roof-top structural limitations. Units can be operating within hours of delivery, as connections to all services are minimised. When a Heatpak replaces old plant, the downtime of heating plant is minimised. Packaged plant also eliminates possible damage by other trades. If conventional flues are impractical or unsightly, Stokvis can supply a flue-dilution package. The standard Heatpak specification covers heating only. If domestic hot water is required, a Stokvis packaged plate heat exchanger can be included. The combination of high-efficiency boiler and plate heat exchanger gives the benefit of a fully modulated, high-efficiency heating and hot-water system, dramatically reducing running costs and giving a very short payback period.
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