Generally, a central heating boiler is a replacement for a central boiler to simultaneously provide hot tap water and hot water for the heating system in apartments or villas. It can be easily mounted on a wall or placed on the ground, offers higher energy efficiency and less fuel consumption versus a central boiler, eliminates the need for extensive piping in a building, and allows the independent supply of hot tap water and hot water for the heating system in each residential unit.
Based on their installation, central heating boilers are categorized as wall-mounted and free-standing types.
TYPES OF THE CENTRAL HEATING BOILER
Based on their fuel, central heating boilers come in four categories:
- Gas-powered (silent wall-mounted or free-standing)
- Diesel-powered (free-standing, installed in the mechanical room or a storage room out of a residential unit)
- Bi-fuel (free-standing, installed in the mechanical room or storage room out of a residential unit)
- Electrical (silent wall-mounted or free-standing)
- Diesel-powered and bi-fuel heating boilers are of the free-standing type and mainly used in houses and residences with yards.
- Central Heating Package
BENEFITS OF A GAS-POWERED WALL-MOUNTED HEATING BOILER
- Silent operation
- Space conservation
- Adjustable temperature
- Independence of residential units
- Ease of installation, set up, and maintenance
- Accessibility and adjustability from inside a residence
- Optimal fuel consumption, high efficiency and heat exchange rate, and reduced fuel costs
- Excellent safety (featuring sensors for the hot tap water and heating water, as well as a smoke sensor)