EcoSword gas-fired Water Heaters have been a great success since we launched the range in 2017, and we are delighted that this product is now shortlisted in the H&V News Awards 2018, Commercial HVAC Product of the Year, Heating Units.
The H&V News awards, now in their 24th year, are an annual celebration of excellence, forward thinking and the highest achievements across the building services industry. The awards cover the entire HVAC and building services supply chain from: consultants, installers, private building owners, service and maintenance companies, BIM professionals, retrofit installers, safety and training providers.
We continue to provide a wide range of high-efficiency water heating solutions for a wide range of applications and EcoSword is particularly suitable for applications including residential properties and commercial buildings such as B&Bs, Café’s and Restaurants and Hairdressing salons.
There are 9 models in the EcoSword range with storage capacities ranging from 163 to 388 litres and offering hot water recovery rates from 210 to 540 litres per hour based upon a temperature rise of 50°C. All models hold WRAS certification.
Designed around the principle of low hot water storage but fast recovery, EcoSword water heaters operate at efficiencies of up to 98,2%, and can save on energy consumption when replacing traditional hot water systems. With low NOx emissions of just 37mg per KWh, EcoSword is also particularly suitable for projects subject to BREEAM assessment, and qualify for the maximum 3 points.
The storage vessels are constructed from enamelled steel and include a non-sacrificial secondary protection system as standard. The ‘cold-zone’ design ensures that the units operate at maximum efficiency for as long as possible, and also minimises the harmful effects of hard water.
EcoSword Water Heaters are also designed with the service engineer in mind, as all components are accessible from the front of the unit.
We are proud to be a finalist and look forward to the H&V News Awards on Thursday 19th April 2018 in London.