Firebird Host Series of Low NOx Roadshows
Firebird are hosting a series of Low NOx roadshows to provide essential advice on how to comply with the latest changes to the ErP Directive (formerly the Ecodesign Directive) which comes into force on 26th September. Presented in conjunction with European burner experts’ elco, the roadshows will include a series of presentations, product demonstrations and the opportunity for ‘hands-on’ product training on the new Firebird by elco low NOx burner which is featured in the recently launched Envirogreen boiler range. Firebird personnel will be on hand to introduce further new product developments and to answer any questions. Refreshments and food are available throughout the day and professionals can reserve their place by visiting www.firebird.uk.com.
This latest round of changes which targets NOx emission levels for the first time will have the biggest impact on the heating industry as traditional yellow-flame oil-fired boilers will no longer comply. This legislation is applicable to all new installations as well as when existing products are replaced. Firebird however are in the enviable position of being able to offer their customers a choice of three low NOx compliant burner options from MHG, elco and Riello respectively. As all exceed the stringent new requirements of the ErP Directive all it really comes down to budget and personal choice.
The Envirogreen boiler range which features a Firebird by elco low NOx burner is easily installed, commissioned and serviced using a single Allen Key. Offering unbeatable reliability and backed up by PCDB listed performance data, the range includes models for internal and external applications in a variety of outputs. 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.