For more than 45 years Grant has been manufacturing innovative heating technologies that have become the driving force of many heating systems throughout a diverse range of properties and developments across Ireland. Grant’s innovative heating solutions are highly efficient, reliable and are helping to reduce carbon emissions, contributing towards a greener future.
As a result of the award-winning Grant Vortex condensing boiler range now being compatible to run using HVO biofuel, Grant has largely transformed to a renewable heating company with its portfolio including ranges of HVO biofuel boilers, condensing pellet boilers, air to water air source heat pumps, solar thermal panels, underfloor heating, hot water cylinders and aluminium radiators.
Heating a new build property
For those heating engineers working on a new build property, it is recommended that a Grant Aerona3 R32 air to water air source heat pump is specified as the main heat source within the heating system.
The Grant Aerona3 R32 air to water air source heat pump continues to be a popular choice amongst those working on developing new build properties as it offers a cleaner, more environmentally friendly performance and can also help a new build property achieve compliance in line with Part L of the building regulations.
With an ErP rating of A+++ and a SCOP of up to 5.4:1, the Grant Aerona3 air source heat pump is available in outputs of 6kW, 10kW, 13kW and 17kW. The 13kW and 17kW models are also recognised for their quiet operation by the internationally acclaimed Quiet Mark.
Upgrading an existing heating system
For heating upgrades in existing properties the award-winning Grant Vortex condensing boiler range is highly recommended as this technology can help to future-proof a property with its ability to run using biofuel known as hydrotreated vegetable oil (HVO).
All boilers within the Grant Vortex range come HVO ready and older Grant condensing boilers can be adapted to run on HVO, with required modifications being carried out by a service engineer during an annual service.
This adaptability of the Grant Vortex range is helping immensely with the move towards a low carbon future, whilst still providing the reliability and efficiency that is synonymous with Grant.
Heating a larger, rural property
In this case, although a Grant Vortex boiler can be an option, heating engineers should consider the benefits of opting for the Grant Spira Pell condensing wood pellet boiler – one of the manufacturer’s newest heating technologies that utilises indigenous wood pellets to offer a truly environmentally friendly heating solution.
This ultra-high efficiency wood pellet boiler is one of the most innovative and sustainable boiler designs on the market today and offers a cost-effective, low carbon heat source for larger, more rural properties. ;
The Spira Pell range is made using high grade steel and stainless steel, with the same simplicity of operation of any boiler type and is available in outputs from 5kW to 33kW.
The boiler is easily installed and offers optimal control with an easy-to-use touch screen which provides clear and accurate information on the systems daily operations. The Spira Pell also includes useful features like a universal hopper, rapid ignition and user-friendly digital display.
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