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Baxi Launches New Boiler and a New Concept in Boiler Design

27th Jun 2011

Presenting the next generation of its award-winning boilers, Baxi has introduced a band new range of boilers, together with a new concept in boiler design.

Their new Baxi boilers will set the benchmark for the future, with their unique ‘Think’ technology which will drive reliability, efficiency and cost savings. The range consists of three combi boilers, a heat only and a system boiler.  The new versions of Baxi Duo-tec and Baxi Platinum combis are joined by a new compact version of the Baxi Megaflo system boiler. The range is completed by the brand new compact combi boiler, Baxi Neta-tec, which is the latest edition to Baxi’s family of high efficiency boilers.

The Baxi Neta-tec Combi is both economical and compact, and is small enough to fit inside a kitchen cupboard.

The range has smart new aesthetics that will complement any situation and user friendly, intelligent controls.  But the real difference lies in the state of the art ‘Think’ combustion management technology at the heart of each boiler, which includes Gas Adaptive Control.  This ensures it maintains the highest efficiency throughout the life of the boiler.

The Baxi Neta-tec Combi boiler is available in outputs of 24, 28 and 33 kW with a domestic hot water flow rate of 9.8 - 13.5 litres per minute.  It has a modulation range of 1:6, which means that the range offers a central heating output from 3.4kW.  The boiler adapts according to heat demand, and this means fewer ignitions, less wear and tear on components and cost saving on fuel bills. The boiler is self commissioning, and is suitable for both natural gas and LPG.

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