Energy / Renewables
Protech Heating Limited specialise in the installation of the following energy efficient heating solutions :
- Gas fired Condensing Boilers
- Oil fired Condensing Boiler
- Warm Air Heaters
Condensing Boilers have an increased efficiency over the more traditional boilers, the efficiency of a typical boiler is approximately 75% where as a condensing boiler can be over 87% efficient.
The increased efficiency is due to the extraction of otherwise wasted flue gases as condensing boilers are designed to allow the heat to rise through a primary exchanger where the gases are rerouted over a secondary exchanger. This reduces the flue gas temperature which in turn causes water vapour to condensate and droplets of water to fall to the flue base where it is drained via a condensate pipework to drain.
Warm Air Heaters are recommended in many different circumstances for the heating of space within industry and Protech Heating Limited are specialists in the installation of many types of warm air/space heating applications within different sectors and environments.
Protech Heating Limited specialise in the installation of the following renewable and carbon neutral heating solutions:
- Biomass Boilers
- Combined Heating and Power Systems (CHP)
- Solar Thermal Systems
Biomass Boilers offer a carbon neutral, environmentally friendly, renewable heating solution within many sectors and industries.
Burning Biomass (such as wood pellets) emit the same amount of carbondioxide as is absorbed while the plants are growing. Biomass Boilers burn biomass fuels and efficiently extract energy to provide heating and hot water solutions
Solar Thermal systems have become increasingly popular method of saving energy as they absorb the sun’s energy to assist in the heating of commercial premises hot water systems.
Combined Heating and Power (CHP) is a process where the heat that is produced during electricity production is captured and reused therefore avoiding significant energy losses and at the same time reducing our clients CO² emissions. The CHP systems are currently powered by mains gas or LPG and by locating the CHP equipment close to a building the electricity can be used in the premisesand the heat generated can also be used to produce heating and hot water.
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