Grant CombiSol

Grant CombiSolWith solar thermal systems increasing in popularity in the UK and many new and existing heating installations involving mains pressure combination boilers, a simple, cost effective solution to integrate these two technologies is a must. The Grant CombiSol is designed to do just that, and is uniquely compatible with most combi boilers and fuel types. It works by accurately controling the outlet temperature of stored secondary hot water produced by a solar thermal system, directing the flow either straight to the hot water outlet, or via the combi boiler to the same outlet with a seamless changeover. There are additionally minimal temperature fluctuations at the taps.

The GrantCombiSol also accurately regulates the inlet water temperature to the combination boiler, therefore installing this unit with any combi boiler should not pose a problem, as the mixed water into the appliance is limited to a maximum of 24°C.

The unique thermostatic change-over valves provide a safe and simple solution for adding renewable energies to the home without having the added expense of changing your central heating appliance. It is important to ensure that the combination boiler can accept an incoming cold mains water temperature of up to 24°C. If in doubt, contact the boiler manufacturer. Grant’s extensive research and development programme has refined the use of each valve (marked clearly on the white cap) to give optimum control of hot water delivery to your taps.

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Case Studies

Grant Renewables provide solution for Grade II building

The Sail Loft, a Grade II listed building in Cowes on the Isle of Wight has undergone a major refurbishment to provide open plan office space for a charity which is looking to expand. To make the building as energy efficient as possible, a range of renewable technologies from GrantRead More

Colchester United has gone to the green side with a 72kW Spira

The Florence Park training ground of Colchester United Football Club is now being kept warm by a Grant Spira biomass boiler. The heating system at the premises was previously fuelled by LPG so, since the installation of the 72kW Spira, the club is now benefitting from cheaper fuel costs andRead More

19th century cottage now being heated by a Vortex Pro boiler

A cottage that was originally built in 1850 in a small Wiltshire village is now being kept warm by a Grant Vortex Pro 15-21kW kitchen/utility oil-fired boiler. Replacing an appliance that was over fifteen years old, the new Vortex now installed is providing reliable heating to the property, efficiently andRead More

Primary school cuts costs with Vortex boiler house

Crowenstown National School, one of the oldest primary schools in Ireland, founded in 1841, has installed the very latest Grant Vortex Pro Condensing boiler house boiler, to help cut energy costs. The original building was demolished in 1938, replaced with the current school which has three classrooms, a staff roomRead More

Grant renewables installed in hostel for homeless

  The Battery Street Hostel for Signpost Housing is a 46-bed homeless hostel situated in the Stonehouse area of Plymouth, built to provide housing for some of the city’s most vulnerable people.  Completed in July 2011 and located just off Union Street, the building replaced the Ship Hostel, which didn’tRead More