Intaflo Hydronics has a new DHW heat exchange storage tank in stock.
With a 400L capacity and stainless steel construction, the tank is impressive and a highly efficient storage and heat exchange system. Combining your hydronic heating, DHW and even a solar system into one tank is now a simple option. The tank offers three sensor ports providing the capability to monitor and programme an efficient system.The in-built electric booster will ensure your DHW is always keep above 60°C, preventing legionella bacteria.
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They are up to 80% more energy efficient than typical new homes and use renewable energy systems to produce the remaining energy they need. Every part of the house works together to provide consistent temperatures throughout, prevent drafts, and filter indoor air to reduce dust and allergens. The result: exceptional energy performance and the ultimate in comfort – a home at the forefront of sustainability. It all adds up to a better living experience.
Intaflo hydronics will be exhibiting at ARBS 2018 this week at the ICC Sydney, 8-10 May. On display will be the new buffer tank range and Intabloc hydronic Heat Pumps.
A high performance, 304 stainless steel tank with powder coated steel outer casing.
Suitable for domestic and commercial projects. Increases the cycle time of the heat source to prevent short cycling and ensure trouble free operation.
Added to multi-zone hydronic heating systems where the heating requirement can be less than the minimum capacity of the heat source.