Condensing boilers unlike conventional boilers, that allow the combustion gases to go freely into the atmosphere, the condensing boilers take advantage of this heat, transmitting it to the sanitary hot water circuit or the heating circuit resulting from another energy saving about 30% because it takes advantage of all this heat that was wasted by the chimney with conventional boilers.

With condensing boilers we contribute to a greener solution by polluting the environment much less.

Liquefied Propane Gas - LPG

  • Technologically advanced systems (example: condensation)
  • Comer compact systems, very powerful boilers with extremely small dimensions,

Advantages

  • very suitable for apartments. Heating with gas boilers, whether natural or liquid propane, requires little space, by the size of the equipment.
  • Comeroly clean on environmental impact.
  • SGP availability in bottles allows for worldwide refueling.
 

Sadvant

  • When compared to natural gas, consumption is more expensive and less convenient to use.
  • Ins however low the danger of leakage or spillage, by tending to accumulate in low places,

Natural Gas

  • Technologically advanced systems (example: condensation)
  • Comer compact systems, very powerful boilers with extremely small dimensions,

Advantages

  • Natural gas is an economic fuel,
  • Heating with gas boilers requires little space, because of the size of the equipment and because it doesn't need
  • a reservoir.
  • It is an energy that is always available continuously, does not require deposits or bottles.
  • Comer clean combustion on environmental impact.

Sadvant

  • S only can use where there is a public natural gas network.

Diesel

  • The sulphur content has been greatly reduced to such an extent that today it does not represent harmfulness to air quality.
  • S recent diesel boilers have very high yields. New facilities are on average 40% more efficient than previous ones.
  • Com compact equipment,
  • Condensation technology,

Advantages

  • Low initial investment,

Sadvant

  • The declining trend of oil as a global energy vector, with all environmental, political and economic pressures causing price instability.
  • As environmental implications, as it is a non-renewable resource and for the significant release of CO2.