New Ferroli Modena HE 38kW boiler packs a punch
Italian boiler manufacturer Ferroli has added a mighty new combi boiler to its Modena range. The 38c Modena HE is the smallest and lightest boiler of its kind on the market.
If size matters then this 38kW high efficiency boiler, which has a maximum heat output of 31.1kW, should leave the competition standing. According to Ferroli, when compared to similar 38kW models on the market, no other boiler can compete in terms of size, weight, heat output and DHW flow rates. As the company’s sales director John Moran explains:
“The size and weight of this boiler for such high performance leaves the competition standing…A comparison of the key features of the Modena HE 38c against other 38kW boilers on the market sees the Modena way out in front.”
Ferroli has been manufacturing boilers since 1955 and their products are available in 14 countries across Europe and Asia. Joining the 27kW and 32kW models, the 38c is designed for larger properties and like all boilers in the Modena HE range, customers can benefit from a choice of warranties: from the standard two year guarantee to a 5 year or 7 year warranty for that extra peace of mind.
If space is an issue consider a combi boiler. Compact in size at 600 x 400 x 350mm the boiler is surprisingly lightweight for its output – it weighs in at 33kg. And with only four moving parts boilers in the Modena HE range are easy to maintain and are known for their reliability, performance and strong build quality. Capable of meeting the heat and hot water requirements of larger households, the Ferroli Modena HE 38kW combi boiler will help customers to cut both their heating bills and their carbon use.
Priced to be affordable, Ferroli believes that a superior quality appliance doesn’t have to cost the earth. The boiler manufacturer will be adding a 28kW combi boiler and a 38kW system boiler to their produce range later in the year.
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