Type to search

Education Health Heating & Ventilation Recreation & Leisure

New Stokvis interface units at the Energy and Environment Expo


Stokvis Energy Systems will be showcasing recent product developments at the Energy & Environment Expo, ExCeL London, 17-19 June 2014.

The Stokvis stand No. L1610 will feature a selection of the company’s high performance products and systems which are suitable for a diverse range of applications, including commercial, education, healthcare, hotels and leisure projects.

Stokvis will show its new Econoplate “H” Series interface unit that has been developed in response to the expanding use of district heating schemes and centralised/satellite plant rooms. This allows simpler, effective and flexible integration of low to zero carbon technology at the central plantroom and overall energy efficiency can be increased.

Director Paul Sands explains: “Where you are looking at flats, sheltered schemes or student accommodation, it is a lot simpler and safer to have a district boiler, rather than individual units requiring annual gas inspections and servicing. With the new “H” Series interface unit it can be located in a kitchen or utility space the same as a conventional boiler and draws heat from the main flow and return circuit, via packaged heat exchanger interface.

“We are offering a ‘twin-plate’ option to separate the heating and hot water services, a ‘single plate’ unit which allows direct heating and separate HWS and a bespoke ‘single plate’ which separates heating only. There are a number of ancillary devices to accompany the “H” series launch, which includes the capacity for heat metering.

Also featured on the stand will be the company’s Econoflame fully modulating condensing boilers, Econoplate hot water service plate heat exchangers, electronic pressure sets and solar thermal panels.

For further information on Stokvis Energy Systems, please call 020 8733 3050 or visit https://www.stokvisboilers.com.

Read previous post:
Careful restoration experience is crucial for repairing and restoring London’s historic theatres

News that an old plaster mix incorporating hessian material may have been responsible for a weakened ceiling at the Apollo...