Boilers use gas, oil and biodiesel

Published:  04 November, 2007

Fuel options for new boilers from MHS Boilers include biodiesel.

MHS has introduced two range of boilers that are suited to biodiesel.

Ecomax and Duomax boilers are described as manufactured to exceptional standards using thick steel plate and stainless-steel flue-tube turbulators. Fuel options are gas, oil (including biodiesel) or dual fuel.

There are 26 models in the Ecomax range, with outputs from 70 to 3500 kW.

The Duomax stacked twin version is available in 10 models, with outputs from 140 to 700 kW. The Duomax P twin parallel version comes in 19 models with outputs from 140 to 2600 kW.

The ceramic-lined combustion-chamber door and an 80 mm insulation jacket of foam-backed high-density glass wool minimise operational heat loss.

Each boiler has a top-mounted cont rol pod and a burner wiring harness in a flexible conduit.

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