Johnson & Starley’s all round strength in energy efficient heating and ventilation
Johnson & Starley’s participation at Ecobuild 2014 will underline the company’s commitment to the provision of highly energy efficient heating and ventilation solutions, meeting the needs of homeowners, specifiers and installers.
Renowned for its market leading warm air heating technology, the company’s recently launched range of WarmCair condensing warm air heaters offer high efficiency combined with low running costs, low NOx emissions and low operational noise levels. A full range of models is available including 3 models with integral Domestic Hot Water. The range now extends to the larger 36kW and 46kW versions which are suitable for commercial sector applications.
A major advantage of the WarmCair range is that as a condensing appliance, it uses less energy to produce the required heat compared with a similar sized non-condensing heater. The additional heat energy is produced by passing the exhaust flue gases through a secondary heat exchanger where the heat is transferred into the air stream. As a result latent heat, which would otherwise escape and be lost to atmosphere, is substantially recovered and utilised in the heat delivery process.
The Super Efficient QuanTec boiler range includes the HR28C model with in-built passive flue gas heat recovery (PFGHR). This technology increases energy savings of up to 26% over a typical water heater in the market and the HR28C model gives very high domestic hot water (DHW) efficiency levels. This is achieved whilst still retaining a standard sized boiler cabinet unlike many other manufactures. These savings are achieved with the addition of a pre-heating sanitary water function which results in the lowest possible flue gas temperatures. In terms of life time costs, the QuanTec boiler’s with passive flue gas heat recovery represents the most efficient way of recycling heat and offering optimum energy efficiency.
The Aquair (HIU) water to Warm Air heat exchange unit can be used as either an upflow or downflow unit. These units can be run from a conventional gas or bio-mass boiler or via a decentralised heat plant., underlining Johnson & Starley’s commitment to H& V solutions that use renewable technologies.
In older houses and flats where multi-point water heaters are used and where space heating is by electric, solid fuel or partial gas fired space heating replacing these fragmented systems is now far easier, especially in flats through the cost-effective installation of an Aquair HIU unit, linked to a boiler or central heat plant.
The Q-Vent HRC 8×3 Premier Heat Recovery unit provides mechanical ventilation to en-suite bedrooms and features high efficiency EC fan technology. The system is designed to provide continuous extraction via a system ductwork and grilles and is an ideal solution for hotels and similar establishments looking for high efficiency ventilation with low running costs and exceptionally low sound levels.
Meeting today’s need for energy conservation, the Q-Vent HR 160 and Q-Vent HR260 whole house mechanical ventilation systems are up to 95% efficient and meet the requirements of developers building towards the code for sustainable homes.
Full details of all Johnson & Starley products will be available on Stand N1211 at Ecobuild 2014 or contact the company at Rhosili Road, Brackmills, Northampton, NN4 7LZ, Tel: +44 (0) 1604 762881, Fax: +44 (0) 1604 767408, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their website www.johnsonandstarley.co.uk