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Article Date: 4th February 2013

Viessmann to Highlight Energy Efficiency at Build it Live

Heating Systems - Gas Boilers - Oil Boilers - Heat Pumps

Viessmann Boiler Room

Expert advice, graphic displays and product examples bolster Viessmann’s presence at stand E6.

Viessmann, one of the leading international manufacturers of heating systems, will demonstrate the superior energy efficiency of its products at Build it Live (February 23-24, 2013; Glow, Bluewater; Kent – stand E6). A series of graphics will appear on Viessmann’s stand, illustrating its domestic boiler range and proprietary four-pipe system, as well as renewable heating products such as heat pumps and solar thermal.

“At Build it Live 2013, we will emphasise how our energy efficient boilers and quality renewable products not only save money and time for homeowners at installation and throughout the life of the products, but can be used to create simple, smart, integrated systems ,” says Graham Russell, Viessmann managing director. “We’ll be on hand to discuss our condensing boiler options and how their efficiency can be improved even further with intelligent controls, such as weather compensation.”

With a technology for every fuel type, Viessmann is able to offer self builders and renovators in depth and fuel-neutral advice. Representing two of the company’s most popular renewable technologies on Viessmann’s stand will be the Vitosol 200-T vacuum tube solar thermal system, which offers universal application through vertical or horizontal installation in any location, and the Vitocal 200-S split air/water heat pump (3 kW to 10.6 kW). With a maximum flow temperature of 5°C even at -15°C, the Vitocal 200-S is ideal for new buildings and renovations and can be used with existing oil and gas boilers.

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