Grant Surprise at Ecobuild

Grant Engineering (UK) Ltd., are pleased to announce their presence at this year’s Ecobuild exhibition, showcasing their extensive, award winning renewable product ranges, alongside some very innovative new developments.

As the leading supplier to the ‘Off-Gas’ sector, Grant have used their extensive knowledge of the Oil heating market to design and manufacture new_ecobuild2014logo2alternative, cost effective, renewable solutions where traditional fossil fuel appliances would normally have been used. These include Aerona air source heat pumps, Spira condensing wood pellet boilers, Sahara solar thermal systems and a range of complimentary hot water storage solutions.

For over 30 years now Grant has strived to produce the most efficient and installer friendly appliances, drawing their inspiration from a number of sources.  Most importantly, they have reacted to direct feedback from customers to create what is today the market leading brand of condensing oil fired boilers – ‘Grant Vortex’.

Paul Wakefield, Grant UK’s Manager Director commented “These are challenging but also very exciting times and we have some fantastic new products in the wings that we want to tell you about. Whilst still supporting the traditional market we are changing the way we keep your customers warm”.

Grant have chosen Ecobuild as the platform for these new product launches, being the UK’s leading event for sustainable design, construction, energy and the built environment.

You can find us on Stand No. N2230. You can also visit www.ecobuild.co.uk for visitor information. We look forward to seeing you there and finding out just what you think of our latest offerings.

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