Popular Vortex range welcomes six new boiler models

Leading heating specialists Grant UK has added 6 new Vortex Eco system models with a number of outputs from 15-35kW to their award winning Vortex oil-fired condensing boiler range.

Comprising of three utility white cased versions and three external modules which come complete with a factory fitted low level flue, these new boilers are designed to give installers more choice and flexibility with installation.

Today, Grant UK’s highly efficient Vortex range features 45 different model variations, with outputs from 12 to 70kW and around 1 in every 2 boilers installed in the UK is now a Grant Vortex (Source: SBGI). With SAP2009 efficiencies up to 93.3% gross (97% gross for SAP2005), the Vortex range not only significantly lowers fuel bills but also considerably reduces carbon emissions and lessens the environmental impact of domestic hot water and heating systems.

“Our innovation and commitment to oil fired technology remains strong” explains Anna Wakefield, Marketing Manager for Grant UK. “We’ve been working hard behind the scenes to bring a number of exciting new products to the market this year, which are the result of extensive research and feedback from our installing customers.”

To find out more about the Vortex range of oil boilers, please have a look through our updated product brochure by clicking here.

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