Glow-worm boilers tested for low NOx emissions

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Glow-worm’s Ultrapower and Ultracom boiler ranges have been officially tested and sanctioned as delivering less than 40 mg/kWh of NOx, enabling social-housing and private developers to claim an extra point within the Code for Sustainable Homes registration. There is a wide range of boilers for every type of domestic and residential property. Ultracom (illustrated) is available as combi, open-vent and system versions with outputs from 12 to 30 kW. Ultrapower can provide an endless supply of heating and hot water on demand and comes in 100 and 170 litre versions.
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