Hot water and space heating from one unit
Published:  02 June, 2016
Andrews Water Heaters, DHW, space heating

Andrews Waters Heaters’ COMBIflo units provide hot water and space heating from a single unit that includes two or three 50 kW heat generators and a storage vessel, all enclosed in one cabinet. Each heat generator can modulate down to 10 kW. COMBIflo units can be combined in multiples to deliver more heat or hot water.

These units are ideally suited to delivering large quantities of hot water and small amounts of heating. The larger unit has a recovery rate of up to 2240 l/h through a temperature rise of 50 K, with the smaller unit having a recovery rate of 1520 l/h.

The integral stainless-steel storage tank has a capacity of 300 l.

For ease of installation, a unit can be spilt into two parts (as pictured) to make it easy to manoeuvre in confined spaces.




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