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Condensing warm air heater range designed for commercial applications

  • 10 Mar 2014

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The warm air heating system can achieve 98% thermal efficiency with the inclusion of a secondary heat exchanger and fully modulating burner and combustion controls, designed to produce significant gas and electricity savings.

Johnson & Starley,
Rhosili Road,
Brackmills,
Northampton,
United Kingdom,
NN4 7LZ

Phone: 01604 762881
Fax: 01604 767408

Visit Johnson & Starley's website

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