Grant UK introduces even cleaner ‘Blue Flame’ technology to its Vortex range

For over two years, Grant’s R&D team have been busy developing and trialling a new generation of clean burning, low emission and high efficiency boilers to exceed EU emission changes planned to come into force in 2018. The result is the all new ‘VortexBlue’ range of oil fired condensing boilers, incorporating a new blue flame Riello compact burner.

Outputs from 21-36kW will be available across a variety of models and, although the technology is very advanced, the boiler and burner combination is easy to install and set up. What’s more, the new VortexBlue boilers are compatible with all of Grant’s EZ-Fit flue systems.

“The introduction of the Grant VortexBlue epitomises how modern oil-fired burner technologies can deliver and sustain cleaner, reliable heating,” explains Anna Wakefield, Marketing and Corporate Communications Manager for Grant UK. “Our products, including the Vortex oil-fired boilers and renewable technologies, have been market leaders in efficiency, and the VortexBlue is another product which we believe will quickly set the standards in the marketplace.”

To read more about the VortexBlue, please click here.

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