Versatile water heaters offer efficiency for refurbishment

Published:  08 July, 2009

Andrews Water Heaters
The flexibility and compact dimensions of Andrews’ NEOflo water heaters make them well suited to retrofit and refurbishment projects.

The versatility of the NEOflo range of storage water heaters from Andrews is said to make them especially suitable for retrofit and refurbishment projects.

These stainless-steel appliances incorporate condensing water-heating technology and controls. Their compact dimensions enable them to pass through any standard doorway, and their small footprint and multiple flue options provide great siting flexibility.

NEOflo has no internal circulators, so it can operate at pressures at low as 0.2 bar. The type of upward-firing burner, combined with tank sizes from 200 to 400 l, enables NEOflo to handle a high flow rate and not be affected by cavitation or air locks.

Recovery rates of 430 l/h through a 50 K temperature rise are achieved by all models.

The comprehensive controls can be interfaced with a BMS.

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