The most versatile boiler ever – now even larger

As part of Hamworthy Heating’s continuing commitment to innovation and new product development, the leading manufacturer has announced the availability of larger models in its Fleet range of condensing boilers.

Setting a new benchmark in both versatility and efficiency, the Fleet Horizontal range of floor standing boilers is now available in 5 additional module sizes; 175, 200, 250, 300 and 350 kW outputs.

Creating a first in the market, the Fleet range takes less than one square metre of floor space to generate 1050kW of power.

The Fleet Vertical floor standing boilers are now available in two high modules with a 350kW to 700kW output, and also possible in three high modules from 525kW to a massive 1050kW output.

With the Fleet’s design delivering weights less than 1kg per kW output, the models are easy to handle and an ideal solution for roof top or packaged plant rooms.

Keith Thompson, Hamworthy Heating’s Sales & Marketing Director, said: “Delivering numerous benefits to our customers, the introduction of larger models to our new Fleet range ultimately means fewer boiler modules are required to provide the high outputs needed for certain projects.

“With an increasing need in the building services industry for products to reduce lifetime operational costs, by optimising and reducing the number of boilers required to match the system load, this in turn reduces the ongoing associated costs of the boilers. The labour cost for servicing three boiler modules compared to six for instance, provides a direct maintenance saving for our customers.”

Ensuring additional and significant financial advantages for purchasers, the larger Fleet models will also feature on the Government’s Energy Technology List (ETL), which benefits from the Government’s Enhanced Capital Allowances (ECA) scheme.

For more information on the large models in the Fleet range, talk to Hamworthy Tel: 0845 450 2865, email sales@hamworthy-heating.com, or visit www.hamworthy-heating.com.

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