Firebirds Low NOx Envirogreen Range Takes Market by Storm
Boilers from Firebird’s new Low NOx Envirogreen range are quite literally flying off the shelves as installers realise just how many benefits they have to offer. Not only are the NOx emission levels lower than any other boiler on the market, but the cutting-edge Firebird by elco burner is also simple to commission, install and service using a single Allen Key. Boasting technological superiority, the boiler range offers unbeatable reliability due to the absence of error-prone parts and includes models for internal and external applications in a variety of outputs. Add to this affordability, together with PCDB listed performance data and it is no wonder the Envirogreen range is the number one choice for the heating professional.
The trouble-free plug and play burner, which requires only two settings for pump and air pressure makes installation a breeze. To ensure the highest level of efficiency is achieved by the burner, the CO2 level is factory-set at optimum 12.5%. Should this need to be adjusted for any reason, the CO2 level settings are printed on the burner casing which acts as a handy reference guide. With an easily operated Firebird digital control box and a simple diagnostic system, installation really couldn’t be more straightforward.
Commenting on the success of the new Envirogreen range of boilers, David Hall, UK Director of Firebird Products Ltd said: “The way the Envirogreen range has been adopted by heating professionals is testament to the outstanding performance and design which follows a three years research and development programme. With NOx emission levels way below current legislative requirements, the range provides a true replacement for the yellow flame boiler – both now and in the future.
Featuring multi-directional flue options for ease of installation, all Firebird boilers provide a low-maintenance option due to the long life of serviceable components. Firebird specialise in providing a total heating package solution which includes oil-fired boilers, air source heat pumps, biomass boilers & stoves, solar thermal and underfloor heating systems.