Grant Vortex hits 10th year in production

The market leading Grant Vortex oil-fired condensing range reaches a milestone this spring, as it sees its 10th year in production.

Originally launched in 2002, the Grant Vortex was one of the earliest oil fired condensing boilers to hit the UK market, well before condensing technology became the norm for oil heating.  Since this time, the range has expanded to incorporate 39 different model options in outputs ranging from 12kW to 70kW and has grown its market position to where almost one in every two boilers installed is a Grant Vortex.

The range has seen much success over the past few years.  Not only are the products endorsed by the Energy Savings Trust, but the Kitchen/Utility model won ‘H&V News Top Product of The Year’ in 2003.  Additionally in September 2008 the Vortex Combi picked up a Which? Best Buy.  The survey gave the boiler an outstanding 74% and mentioned it was their first ever oil ‘Best Buy’ that was “way ahead of the competition” in terms of performance and efficiency.

Being one of the most reliable and economical boilers available on the market, the Grant Vortex has a seasonal efficiency of up to 93.3% gross (SAP 2009).  Featuring internal and external, floor standing and wall hung, boiler house, standard, system and Combi models, the Vortex utilises a high quality stainless steel heat exchanger with Grant’s exclusive turbulator baffle system, which ensures ultra-high efficiency, low fuel usage and minimal running costs. 



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