Viessmann is presenting its renewable heating and domestic boiler ranges at all six Energy Efficiency Exhibitions this year (Exeter, September 10; Coventry, September 12; Newcastle, September 17; Edinburgh, September 19; Surrey, September 24; Manchester, September 26).
Representing two of the company’s most popular renewable technologies is the Vitosol 200-T vacuum tube solar thermal system, which is said to offer universal application through vertical or horizontal installation in any location, and the Vitocal 200-S split air/water heat pump (3 kW to 10.6 kW). With SAP Q approval and a maximum flow temperature of 55 ̊C even at -15 ̊C, the Vitocal 200-S is designed for new buildings and renovations and can be used with existing oil and gas boilers.
Other products on display include the Vitodens 111-W storage combi (5.9 kW to 35 kW), and Vitodens 100-W P25/P29 range of gas fired condensing combi boilers, which now comes with an extended warranty offer of 5 years if purchased and installed by 31 December 2013, with pricing offers running at most merchants.
“With tariff levels and incentives for renewable energy constantly changing, renewable heating products, and those which are compatible with them are of increasing interest to both the industry and end-users,” says Graham Russell, Viessmann’s managing director.
“Our products are built with the quality and efficiency levels that end-users demand, and the reliability which installers and heating engineers value. Together with our expert renewables team, I am looking forward to engaging with heating professionals from all over the country as we return to the show for a second year.”
Visitors to all six Renewables Roadshows will be able to attend a presentation by Viessmann’s training manager, Tony Lobley. Lobley will discuss the most energy efficient options for a variety of domestic building types; explaining how heating and hot water systems can vary greatly by property and consumer demand. The manufacturer’s training officer, Colin Leach, will also host similar sessions applicable to commercial settings. Both presentations will equip attendees with the guidance they need to correctly specify systems and offer end users expert advice when it comes to product options and renewable add-ons.