Both systems can be applied in residential and commercial applications , with the thermal storage tanks available in 300 and 500 litres, and the cylinders supplied in 150, 200 and 300 litre capacities.
Altherma Flex is designed to offer an energy efficient, cost-effective solution to a traditional gas boiler system, capable of meeting the high volumes of continual Domestic Hot Water.
The fan coil can be connected to the intelligent Touch Manager control.
Prefabricated piping kits are available from Space Air to reduce on site installation time and reduce energy operating costs.
A new range of twin fans and acoustic box fans will be presented to the public, aimed for use in applications such as museums and libraries due to their quiet running noise, as well as Vortices’ existing systems such as the HR200, Prometeo and HR Invisible.
Altherma Flex can be used in conjunction with the Daikin hot water or thermal storage tanks, in addition to third party tanks to offer a renewable energy heating system with weather dependent temperature controls.
Hydrobox can supply water for heating and Domestic Hot Water and has been manufactured for an easy installation process.
The systems come supplied from Space Air with operational guides and watt meters to monitor energy consumption in households.
The Training Programme takes place at Johnson & Starley’s Head Office Training Centre in Northampton on the following dates: WarmCair Condensing Warm Air Heaters Product Training: 17 April, 15 May and 26 June 2014. Warm Air Service and Fault Finding: 1 May 2014. Warm Air Installation Training: 12 June 2014.
Full specification details and diagrams will be available alongside a number reference for the product, designed to allow for a quick and easy ordering system.