For many years leading heating technology manufacturer Grant has been developing and adding to its diverse Grant Vortex range. As a result, the company has been offering its award-winning Vortex range to those in the heating trade in 63 models with outputs from 12-70kw. Moving forward, to simplify the selection for installers, the Grant Vortex and Euroflame oil fired boilers have now been streamlined.
Grant has made the decision to rationalise the boiler models from 63 models down to 22, however the outputs will remain the same. For example, the Grant Vortex range featured the Grant Vortex Indoor 46-58kW boiler and the Grant Vortex Indoor 58-70kW boiler – these have now been rationalised to the Grant Vortex Indoor 46-70kW.
Utility, module and boiler house ranges
The Grant Euroflame oil boiler range which featured nine boilers across the utility, module and boiler house ranges has been rationalised down to six boilers – two models for each range.
All Grant combi boilers remain the same with no change coming into effect for these boilers. However, the Vortex wall hung and Vortex blue flame range are no longer being manufactured and will not be available to installers.
Commenting on the streamlining of the Grant Vortex range, founder Stephen Grant said: “We recognise that we can still deliver choice in terms of our oil boilers to customers and at the same time reduce the number of boilers we manufacture and supply. The range of oil boilers available from Grant will still consist of 15kW to 70kW with the same reliable and efficient Vortex technology that installers have come to know and trust.”
In addition to the rationalisation of the Grant Vortex range, the manufacturer has also announced a new look for its popular Grant Vortex external module.
Since its launch, the external module has been finished in a galvanised casing, however, the range will now see the current casing be updated to a new grey powder coated finish.
The new goose grey colour gives the Vortex external model range a distinctive, aesthetically pleasing, modernised look, which is expected to garner a lot of interest from those in the heating trade. This change will affect the four boiler models within the Vortex external range which feature outputs of 15kW to 70kW.
The Grant Vortex external module is one of the company’s most popular condensing boilers. The outdoor boiler is free standing and has been designed for situations where internal space is at a premium. This outdoor range of boilers features an award-winning unique Grant Vortex heat exchanger and has some of the highest efficiencies available in the market today.
Although changes have been made to Grant’s Vortex range, those in the heating trade can be assured that these changes will have no effect on the range’s HVO biofuel compatibility.
All new Grant condensing boilers are future-proofed to use HVO through making a slight modification to the boiler. Older Grant condensing boilers can also be adapted to HVO, these modifications can be carried out by a service engineer during an annual service.
For further information on this rationalisation of the Vortex range, Grant has developed a useful download document, in which you can download here. Visit www.grant.eu for more information on Grant’s range of innovative heating solutions. Follow Grant on Facebook and Twitter @GrantIRL or Instagram @Grant_IRL.
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