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Adveco’s MD Boiler Range Highly Commended as Best Commercial HVAC Product of the Year in the 25th Anniversary H&V News Awards

The MD range of high efficiency condensing gas boilers, from commercial hot water and heating specialist Adveco, achieved a Highly Commended Award as Best Commercial HVAC Product of the Year in the 2019 silver anniversary H&V News Awards.

David O’Sullivan, managing director, Adveco said, “As a proudly independent UK business with almost 50 years of heritage in the design, supply and servicing of business critical systems we are incredibly excited to have our range of new MD boilers be so highly recognised in this, the silver anniversary year of the H&V News Awards. To have our expertise in sustainable systems for commercial heating highlighted in this way is hugely gratifying for our entire team who work tirelessly in close partnership with our customers to create and deliver better resolutions for modern commercial operations.”

Compact and lightweight, MDs can be installed in a number of configurations to make the most of available, often minimal plant room floor space, yet still provide up to 2.24 MW in a cascade of a possible eight units. Enough for a wide range of commercial heating applications where the consistent delivery of hot water for heating is a business critical requirement.

Low CO and NOₓ emission levels (34mg/kWh) mean that a heating system built around an MD high efficiency condensing boiler easily satisfies the requirements of the Energy-related Products (ErP) directive. This makes MD the perfect appliance for the refurbishment of old gas boilers, or it can be installed in conjunction with an air source heat pump as part of a hybrid system, providing both sustainability and the operational responsiveness required by larger scale commercial systems.

MD offers peace of mind with built-in redundancy, with multiple load balanced heat exchangers in a single chassis. All backed by a seven-year warranty on all parts and labour when commissioned by Adveco and a 10-year warranty on both the heat exchangers and the pre-mix burner.

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Adveco Gears Up For Build2Perform 2019

Build2Perform 2019 is already shaping up to be the key event for commercial hot water and heating specialist Adveco, this year the company will be showcasing a range of new product launches for the UK and European markets as well as presenting the latest appliances from A.O. Smith Water Heaters.

These products will all be backed by thorough warranty service and maintenance which Adveco is pleased to announce have been extended for A.O. Smith products range. This includes new warranty periods of two years on parts for the condensing range of products and a three-year warranty as standard on all A.O. Smith tanks.
For Adveco’s MD range of floor standing condensing boilers, which were first shown at Build2Perform 2018, Adveco now offers a market leading seven-year warranty on parts and labour which extends to 10 years on the burner and heat exchangers.

Bill Sinclair, technical director, Adveco said, “These new, extended warranty periods reflect the belief we have in the quality of our products and gives our customers peace of mind when it comes to specifying for their business-critical hot water and heating systems.”

The warranty period covering parts commences from date of delivery, but to ensure consistent and prolonged system life, customers are advised that all Adveco and A.O. Smith products should receive a manufacturer’s commissioning by Adveco. By opting to commission a product with Adveco, customers not only gain a matching labour warranty, but the parts and labour warranty period will commence from the commissioning date.

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Adveco’s New MD Boiler Range Selected as Finalist for Commercial HVAC Product of the Year in 2019 H&V News Awards

Commercial hot water and heating specialist, Adveco’s new MD Boiler range has been named as a finalist in the commercial HVAC product of the year category of the 2019 Heating & Ventilation News Awards. A range of high-efficiency condensing gas boilers, MDs provide consistent, very efficient and low emission heating for business-critical commercial projects and have been recognised for the innovation, differentiation in the market and the efforts made to address both environmental and safety concerns.

“As a proudly independent UK business with almost 50 years of heritage in the design, supply and servicing of business critical systems we are incredibly excited to be a finalist in this, the silver anniversary year of the H&V News Awards,” David O’Sullivan, managing director, Adveco. “To have our expertise in sustainable systems for commercial heating highlighted in this way is hugely gratifying for our entire team who work tirelessly in close partnership with our customers to create and deliver better resolutions for modern commercial operations.”

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The MD’s patented design and combination of pre-mix burner and highly efficient load balanced heat exchanger gives the advantage of low water content heat engines and inbuilt redundancy without the need for expensive framework to convert wall hung boilers to floor standing.  Both compact and lightweight, MD enables installation in a variety of configurations to make the most of available, often minimal plant room floor space, yet still provides for a wide range of commercial heating applications.

As well as ticking the boxes for safety and sustainability, the low emission levels mean that a heating system built around MD high-efficiency condensing boiler satisfies the requirements of the Energy-related Products (ErP) directive.

 

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Adveco’s m-CHP System for Bromsgrove Leisure Centre Shortlisted for Renewable Project of the Year Award

Commercial hot water and heating specialist, Adveco’s TOTEM micro combined heat and power (m-CHP) based system for Bromsgrove’s new Leisure Centre has been named as a Renewable Project of the Year finalist in the 2019 Heating & Ventilation News Awards.

As part of a wider local redevelopment project by Bromsgrove District Council, the new sports and leisure centre demanded a high-performance heating system. To achieve the level of energy efficiency required for this modern building, Yorkshire Building Services Ltd (YBS) designed, and Adveco provided, a system based on its Totem T25 m-CHP to reduce emissions and improve total efficiency.

“To have a customer’s project selected is especially gratifying, celebrating the professionalism of our contracting and installation partners and our customer’s decision to put their trust in us. It also one of the finest ways to showcases our commitment to sustainable technology that meets and exceeds the need for carbon reduction and the lowering of emissions,” said David O’Sullivan, managing director, Adveco.

The state of the art building features two large swimming pools, a sports hall, a 100-station gym, a fully featured spa and a café, so was a prime opportunity to display the sustainable potential of an m-CHP system. Electricity is produced and consumed on-site reducing the building’s reliance on the local grid. The waste heat produced is captured through a series of heat exchangers and used towards the high heat demand of the system.

With the significant continuous demand made by the Bromsgrove site, the m-CHP system drastically reduces the reliance on conventional boiler technology and improves the overall efficiency of the building. The site is on target for a net reduction in carbon emissions of more than 65,000 kg per year as well as providing an estimated £10,000 in annual savings to the District Council which runs the facility.

Designed as a boiler pre-fed system, allowing the m-CHP unit to maximise its input by prioritising the higher energy demand present in the building’s heating system, Adveco supplied a TOTEM T25 m-CHP appliance as well as a bespoke 3000-litre buffer vessel, including controls and ancillaries, to serve the building’s heating system. Adveco additionally supplied two A.O. Smith BFC120 condensing water heaters to serve the domestic hot water supply to the leisure centre.

Learn more about the Bromsgrove Leisure Centre project.

 

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Hybrid Hot Water & Power, The Future for Existing Buildings

The UK Government has committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions by at least 80% by 2050, relative to 1990 levels. While much focus has been placed on the application of renewable technologies for new and off-gas grid domestic dwellings throughout the 2020s, by far the greatest potential for addressing change comes through the refurbishment of systems within existing buildings. Especially those throughout the commercial sector that exhibit high, consistent demand for hot water, heat and power.

What then is the answer to reducing carbon in existing buildings?

In its latest seminar – The Effect of Lower Carbon Intensity Electricity on Renewable Technologies for Existing Buildings – Adveco considers how the addition of solar thermal, combined heat and power (CHP) cogeneration or heat pumps can support existing gas systems, and address air quality and reduction of carbon emissions from existing building stock while providing operational cost savings.

Committed to partnering with its commercial and government customers, Adveco’s programme of seminars and CPDs offer the latest insight on hot water sizing, CHP and solar thermal to help support the creation, or adaptation of existing buildings to be comfortable, efficient, functional, safe and sustainable through better design, supply, commissioning and service of lower carbon business-critical hot water, heating and power.

Register to attend the seminar for free at CIBSE Build2Perform on Wednesday 28th November 2018