Offering increased cups per minute when compared to previous models in the range, the Supreme comes in a high quality, white thermoplastic finish, featuring a modern, compact and elegant design which will complement any setting.
Available in 2.5, 5 and 7.5 litre capacities, Supreme offers a number of key benefits for the installer and user alike, including Heatrae Sadia’s Intelliboil™Plus technology, which effectively and efficiently manages the boiling cycle. Water is regularly brought up to boiling point, but if none is drawn off for an hour, the temperature of the stored water is reduced from 100 deg C to 98 deg C until it is used again. The ‘temperature ready’ indicator advises when the boiler is ready for use.
An integral electronic water conditioner makes Supreme much less prone to scale, which will have an impact on performance, and an engineering grade thermoplastic water container will also ensure a longer life.
Simple to install and with auto-commissioning, Supreme’s modular construction allows for easy maintenance with the detachable steam condensing chamber providing straightforward service access.
Jon Cockburn, head of marketing for Heatrae Sadia, said: “The introduction of the new Supreme to the range has given increased choice for the commercial specifier and installer when seeking electric water boiler equipment.
“Offering a high level of performance and efficiency, the boiler is also sleek and smart in appearance as well as being easy to install, so we’re confident it will prove to be a popular addition.”
Approved to BEAB and kiwa UK Water Supply Regulations, the Supreme comes with a two year on-site parts and labour warranty. It retains the same footprint, wall fixings and connections as earlier models, enabling a quick and easy equipment upgrade if required.
The boiler sits along side the permanently plumbed Stainless Steel Supreme, and large capacity Supreme, wall mounted electric water boiler ranges, offering multiple solutions for a wide range of commercial applications.
For more information on the Supreme, go to www.heatraesadia.co.uk