The modular approach to condensing boilers

Published:  11 August, 2009

Potterton Commercial
Condensing boiler technology can be installed quickly and flexibly with Potterton Commercialís Paramount MB modules.

A rapid and flexible approach to bringing the benefits of condensing boilers to new and existing plant rooms is provided by Potterton Commercialís Paramount MB modular prefabricated condensing heating solution. Applications include education, hospitals and sports and leisure establishments. The modules include high-efficiency condensing boilers, pumps pressurisation system and heating controls.

Paramount MB is ready for Ďplug-and-playí installation. Individual modules enable the system to be connected in a number of configurations, minimising the space required for installation and making this heating plant adaptable to a range of boiler rooms. Each module can pass through a standard doorway.

These modules use Paramount Two boilers and are available in outputs from 60 to 460 kW.

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