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Ideal Commercial Boilers takes centre stage

Ideal Commercial Boilers has launched a permanent exhibition stand at The Building Centre in Store Street, London, making it even easier for new and existing customers based around the capital to experience the company’s industry-leading, British-made heating solutions for themselves.

Ideal Commercial Boilers' stand at The Building Centre in Store Street, London

Redesigned to reflect the striking new Ideal Commercial Boilers branding, the exhibition stand is located on the ground floor product gallery and features the Logic Heat Interface Unit (HIU), launched in October 2014, and the best-selling Evomax wall-hung condensing boiler. These advanced, high-efficiency products can be specified individually to deliver high-efficiency solutions as part of a pre-designed heating system or together as a “one-stop” complete solution for district heating applications.

Ideal Commercial Boilers’ in-depth product literature is also available for visitors to pick up at The Building Centre. In addition, visitors and customers can meet with Ideal Commercial Boilers representatives in one of The Building Centre’s comfortable meeting rooms to discuss which of its extensive heating solutions – including condensing floor-standing boilers such as the Imax Xtra and the Evomod – are best suited for their specification requirements.

Ideal Commercial Boilers’ Logic HIU provides localised control for individual residents in a multi-occupancy building, operating as an interface between the centralised heating plant and the heating and domestic hot water system within each dwelling. With four units available – two indirect units (50 and 75) and two direct units (high and medium temperature) – all incorporating advanced technology including pump exercise programs (anti-seize), Logic HIUs are among the most reliable units on the market.

The Evomax is Ideal Commercial Boilers’ flagship high-efficiency condensing model, offering one of the widest output ranges of any commercial wall-hung boiler on the market. The option of insulated frame and header kits allow the Evomax to be installed in cascade formation, either back-to-back or in-line depending on the requirements of the plant room, with a combined top capacity of 600kW extending the options for commercial or multi-residential buildings.

Building on the Evomax’s reputation for being extremely straightforward to install, Ideal Commercial Boilers has recently launched two new flue accessories for the frame and header kits to offer even more installation options. The Multiline Flue Cascade, available as both a starter kit and an extension pack, enables Evomax boilers that are installed as an open flue system to be connected via a common flue header, greatly simplifying system design and installation by creating a single flue connection point. The new Plume Kit is specially designed for awkward installations as it allows the flue terminal to be easily relocated up to 10m from the boiler. Compatible with Evomax models up to 120kW, the kit includes a standard appliance connector, horizontal flue kit, a special rain collar, an external plume kit 1m and terminal.

To receive a quote on any Ideal Commercial Boilers products, specifiers can send a request via the website. Alternatively, they can call the Quotes Line on 01482 492251 and the Ideal Commercial Boilers sales team will submit a customised quotation by email within 24 hours.

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