VortexAir hybrid oil boiler and heat pump

Grant UK launches VortexAir oil boiler and heat pump hybrid

  • 6 Apr 2016

Grant UK has launched a new oil and heat pump hybrid which offers a green alternative to boiler replacements and helps to future-proof against unknown energy costs.

The Grant VortexAir combines attributes of the Grant VortexBlue oil boiler with the green properties of the Aerona3 16W inverter driven heat pump, and can be installed with minimal disruption to occupants.

Grant UK’s Marketing and Corporate Communications Manager, Anna Wakefield, commented: “Grant’s products, including the Vortex oil-fired boilers and their renewable technologies, have been market leaders in efficiency, striving to generate greener energy with low carbon emissions.

The launch of the VortexAir is the latest move from Grant that epitomises how green, sustainable technologies can deliver reliable, efficient heating.”

Grant Engineering (UK)
Hopton House
Hopton Ind Estate
Devizes
Wiltshire
SN10 2EU
UK

01380 736920

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