Stainless-steel calorifiers from Hamworthy Heating
Published:  05 January, 2016
Hamworthy Heating, calorifier, hot water, DHW

Hamworthy Heating’s Halstock range of stainless-steel calorifiers for generating hot water comprises five models with continuous outputs from 390 to 1055 l/h. They are suitable for unvented and open-vented applications.

These calorifiers are made from corrosion-resistant steel and do not require additional corrosion-protection anodes, making them easier to maintain. This new range complements Hamworthy’s Powerstock glass-lined calorifiers to give customers a choice in their specification. Halstock calorifiers have fire-retardant polyurethane insulation and come with a 5-year warranty.

Kevin Potter, business-development for hot water, says, ‘Calorifiers have been very popular with our customers as an alternative method to direct-fired water heaters for producing domestic hot water. The new range complements our existing Powerstock glass-lined calorifiers to give customers a choice in their specification.’




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