Big savings with a condensing boiler:

The term ‘condensing boiler’ refers to the fact that the boilers produce condense from time to time. Condensing boilers use heat from exhaust gases that would normally be released into the atmosphere through the flue. To use this latent heat, the water vapour from the exhaust gas is turned into liquid condensate. In order to make the most of the latent heat within the condensate, condensing boilers use a larger heat exchanger, or sometimes a secondary heat exchanger. Due to this process, a condensing boiler is able to extract more heat from the fuel it uses than a standard efficiency boiler. It also means that less heat is lost through the flue gases. Efficiency: Condensing boilers are at least 90% efficient, meaning that they turn 90% of the fuel they use into heat. The official rating for boiler efficiency is the ‘SEDBUK’ scale. SEDBUK stands for Seasonal Efficiency of a Domestic Boiler in the UK. The majority of condensing boilers achieve the highest possible efficiency category – SEDBUK Band ‘A’. What is SEDBUK: The SEDBUK rating was developed under the UK Government’s “energy efficiency best practice programme” with the co-operation of boiler manufacturers. It provides a basis for fair comparison of different models of boilers. The SEDBUK rating is the average annual efficiency achieved in typical domestic situations. It takes into account sensible assumptions about climate, control, pattern of usage and other similar factors. Is it time to review your boiler? By installing an energy efficient boiler you could save hundreds of pounds a year, plus you may be able to get it done for free. Just check here on the site to see if you qualify.
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Save Now on Condensing Boilers
Big savings with a condensing boiler: The term ‘condensing boiler’ refers to the fact that the boilers produce condense from time to time. Condensing boilers use heat from exhaust gases that would normally be released into the atmosphere through the flue. To use this latent heat, the water vapour from the exhaust gas is turned into liquid condensate. In order to make the most of the latent heat within the condensate, condensing boilers use a larger heat exchanger, or sometimes a secondary heat exchanger. Due to this process, a condensing boiler is able to extract more heat from the fuel it uses than a standard efficiency boiler. It also means that less heat is lost through the flue gases. Efficiency: Condensing boilers are at least 90% efficient, meaning that they turn 90% of the fuel they use into heat. The official rating for boiler efficiency is the ‘SEDBUK’ scale. SEDBUK stands for Seasonal Efficiency of a Domestic Boiler in the UK. The majority of condensing boilers achieve the highest possible efficiency category – SEDBUK Band ‘A’. What is SEDBUK: The SEDBUK rating was developed under the UK Government’s “energy efficiency best practice programme” with the co-operation of boiler manufacturers. It provides a basis for fair comparison of different models of boilers. The SEDBUK rating is the average annual efficiency achieved in typical domestic situations. It takes into account sensible assumptions about climate, control, pattern of usage and other similar factors. Is it time to review your boiler? By installing an energy efficient boiler you could save hundreds of pounds a year, plus you may be able to get it done for free. Just check here on the site to see if you qualify.
2016-08-30 08:27:47
2016-08-30 08:27:47
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