Tax relief on Calflow Plus

Installing Altecnic’s new patented water flow regulator and isolation valve, Calflow Plus, can now help companies claim up-front tax relief on the capital cost of new equipment, saving money and water.

Offering a new, cost-effective way to regulate water flow and conserve water from applications such as taps and shower valves, Calflow Plus has been tested, approved and added to the Water Technology List.

Central to the scheme for 100% Enhanced First-Year capital allowances (ECA), the Water Technology list includes products that meet strict water efficiency criteria. The scheme provides a real incentive for businesses to invest in technologies like Calfow Plus that promote the efficient use of water and support the environment.

Developed to the highest global standards, Calflow Plus has earned WRAS approval and the Waterwise marque, ensuring installers and end users are safe in the knowledge that water is being conserved.

Calflow Plus incorporates a filtration mesh that helps prevent debris entering and damaging valves, and aids even distribution in a multi-outlet new build. Available in a wide range of flow regulators, the Calflow Plus is capable of delivering between 2-18 litres per minute and operating up to inlet pressures of 16 bar.

This proven technology uses a robust cartridge system, designed with installers in mind, making simple cleaning and routine maintenance easy. With optional check valve cartridges, installing the Calflow Plus can help ensure that future disruption is minimised.

Altecnic’s managing director Alan Sherwin said: “The Water Technology List is a big incentive for companies to adopt sustainable technologies and we’re excited to include Calflow Plus. Not only is this patented to Altecnic, but with WRAS accreditation and the Waterwise marque, our customers can be confident that the Calflow Plus performs effectively, as well as offering a number of new benefits.”

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