Industry frontrunner, Firebird, has launched an exciting new range of low NOx oil- red boilers ahead of the second phase of the Ecodesign Directive. The Envirogreen range features a cutting-edge low NOx burner designed in conjunction with European burner experts elco, which is easily installed, commissioned and serviced using a single Allen key. Boasting technological superiority, the incorporation of the Firebird by elco burner solves the many operational problems that are currently being experienced within the industry.
Offering unbeatable reliability due to the absence of error- prone parts, the highly efficient Envirogreen range includes models for internal and external applications in a variety of outputs. Backed by PCDB listed performance data, the Envirogreen boiler looks set to become the first choice for installers and home-owners alike – and all without any associated price premium.
The trouble-free plug and play burner, which requires only two settings for pump and air pressure makes installation a breeze. To ensure that the highest level of efficiency is achieved by the burner, the CO2 level is factory-set at the optimum 12.5%. Should this need to be adjusted for any reason, the CO2 level settings are printed on the burner casing, which acts as a handy reference guide. With an easily operated Firebird digital control box and a simple diagnostic system, installation really couldn’t be more straightforward.
Commenting on the launch of the new Envirogreen range of boilers, Mark Doyle, General Manager of Firebird Heating Solutions Ltd, said, “The launch of this new low NOx range, with its cutting-edge burner technology, underlines Firebird’s ongoing commitment to provide the industry with innovative, environmentally-friendly, yet practical heating solutions. “The Envirogreen range not only offers outstanding reliability, but solves a problem that the heating industry has struggled to address – to find a reliable and cost-effective low NOx alternative to the yellow flame burner.”
The Ecodesign Directive is a European initiative which governs the design and performance of energy using products, and it was put in place to reduce the amount of energy consumed and the subsequent impact on the environment. New requirements on flue gas emissions state that, from September 2018, harmful nitrogen oxide emissions from domestic oil boilers must not exceed 120mg/kWh. Nitrogen Oxide emissions – or NOx emissions as they are more commonly known – are released into the atmosphere when fossil fuels are burned.
Featuring multi-directional flue options for ease of installation, all Firebird boilers provide a low-maintenance option due to the long life of serviceable components. Firebird specialises in providing a total heating package solution which includes oil- red boilers, air-source heat pumps, biomass boilers and solar thermal systems.