Condensing boilers are much more than a gas boiler, condensation is the technology that provides the highest performance and, therefore, the most environmentally friendly and low gas consumption generates heating and water hot. Its capacity to take advantage of much of the heat lost in the form of steam in the combustion smoke generates an extra performance that consumes between 15 and 30% less gas depending on the type and use of installation.
Condensation boilers are suitable for any type of installation. Whether it is a radiator or underfloor heating installation, all of them produce considerable fuel savings. In fact, the greater the consumption of heating, the more profitable is its use since its efficiency is maximized when the installation works at a lower temperature.
What do condensing boilers bring?
Condensing boilers provide maximum energy efficiency, which translates into:
- Save up to 30% * on the gas bill to recover lost heat, you will have to consume less gas to maintain the temperature in your house.
- Less pollutant emissions by increasing performance and consuming less gas, reduce CO2 emissions and the resulting environmental impact.
The condensing boilers are the equipment in which the greatest technology has been integrated offering a 5% more efficiency than any other standard boiler; even in the worst operating conditions. In addition, if radiators are dimensioned to maintain comfort in the home at the lowest local temperature, the radiators will be oversized most of the time during the heating period, with “warm” mantels enough to have the required comfort in home. In this way, condensation is promoted and greater savings are achieved.
The main advantage of condensing boilers compared to traditional gas boilers is higher performance with lower consumption of fossil fuels; Which translates into lower CO2 emissions and a significant saving in the gas bill. Besides, if radiators are dimensioned to maintain comfort in the home at the lowest local temperature, the radiators will be oversized most of the time during the heating period, with “warm” mantels enough to have the required comfort in home. In this way, condensation goes up and greater savings are achieved.