Hamworthy Heating has launched a commercial boiler ‘ideally suited’ to support renewable energy products, including CHP.
The Wessex ModuMax condensing modular boilers now feature enhanced built-in controls and 40˚C T optimisation. The vertically stacking boiler offers close load matching, and high outputs from a small footprint, as modules can be stacked one above the other.
“The boiler’s ability to operate up to 40˚C differential temperatures helps maximise condensing performance, and assists in designing heat networks where CHP is often the low carbon heat source,” Hamworthy explained. “Heat networks are a top priority for the government to help meet energy efficiency targets. CIBSE guidance AM12 – Combined heat and power for buildings, makes specific reference to designing district heating schemes with a minimum of 30˚C differential temperature – to keep flow rates and pipe sizes small, and maintain a low return temperature.”