Buderus moves into CHP
Published:  03 November, 2011
Buderus, CHP, space heating

Buderus has launched a CHP system to provide a low-cost supply of hot water and electricity. The range provides electrical outputs from 19 to 240 kW and heat from 34 to 374 kW. Up to five units can be cascaded to provide up to 1200 kW of electrical output. The company offers a free feasibility study to asses a site’s suitability and ensure that a system is correctly sized.

Post installation, Buderus offers maintenance advice and support to help ensure CHP units are correctly serviced and maintained for optimum performance and longevity.

Mike Southall, director of business development, explains, ‘Buderus places significant emphasis on ensuring specifiers have easy access to an extensive range of high-output, high-efficiency heating solutions for the commercial and industrial sectors. By adding CHP to our product range, we are now able to offer a system which provides a simultaneous supply of hot water and electricity.

‘Efficiency levels for CHP are well documented, so stakeholders can benefits from significant savings and a quick payback on their investment.’




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