Alpha Heating Innovation new products at Ecobuild
Alpha Heating Innovation
New products at Ecobuild
New solar product range on show includes a 200 litre cylinder and pump station which will work in conjunction with Alpha's InTec range of system boilers, and the new Air Tec air source heat pump.
This works dynamically in conjunction with Alpha's InTec boiler range - creating a further bolt-on heating system solution.
Their core boiler range has also welcomed a new addition in the form of a new InTec floor standing storage combi boiler.
Steve Hopkins, Product Marketing Manager, at Alpha said: 'The products we are bringing to this year's Ecobuild represent the intensive research, innovation and development that we put into delivering system solutions to the heating market.
Our new renewable and low carbon products have been designed to work in conjunction with our latest InTec boiler range, further increasing our bolt-on whole house heating offering'.
Also on the stand will be a wall hung FlowSmart system, PV solutions, SolarSmart - which features one roof panel, one x DBU and one cylinder - and the recently launched InTec boiler range along with their full range of new accessories and controls.
In addition, Alpha will be showing a product from their light commercial boiler range, the CD70S boiler with the flue gas heat recovery GasSaver, offering low carbon solutions, not only to the larger domestic market but also commercial markets.
Alpha's products also feature in Cool Concrete, the house which follows Lafarge's '20 rules of sustainable construction'.
Alpha Heating Innovation present a CPD seminar to help engineers assess the impact on SAP and the Code for Sustainable Homes.
The Alpha SolarSmart system, installed on a Larkfleet Homes bungalow retrofit project, achieve savings of 1.38 tonnes of CO2 a year.
Alpha Heating Innovation has teamed a system boiler with its Flowsmart system at The Lazy Cow restaurant and hotel in Warwick, to best service the heating and hot water demands.
Mitsubishi Electric has added to its renewable heating with three split air-to-water systems offering 4kW, 7.5kW and 12kW capacities of their award-winning Ecodan® air source heat pumps. All three models have been approved under the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS).
Team of cyclists from Mitsubishi Electric, taking part in the annual London to Brighton cycle ride, have collected over £2,600 in sponsorship for the British Heart Foundation.