Burner technology advice from Firebird

Burner technology advice from Firebird

Firebird is offering installers and heating engineers an opportunity to learn more about developments in burner technology and how these changes can be adopted to meet future legislative requirements.

Through a series of presentations and technical demonstrations, guidance will be given on how compliance with the second phase of the Ecodesign Directive can be met by adopting this technology. Coming into effect from September 2018, new requirements will be introduced on flue gas emissions from domestic oil-fired boilers which will not be able to exceed 120mg/kWh.

In addition to gaining valuable information on new burner technology, installers and heating engineers will also be able to receive advice on how accessing Eco Funding could benefit their own business. Visiting Firebird’s new UK headquarters in Plymouth also provides an ideal opportunity to view the ‘working’ showroom and gain first-hand knowledge of the recently launched Enviroair Air Source Heat Pump, says the company.

Commenting on the initiative, David Hall, UK Director of Firebird Products Ltd said: “As Firebird have been involved in the development of Blue Flame technology with German partners MHG for a number of years, we are well positioned to guide the industry through this significant period of change.”

He went on to add: “As Firebird’s Blue Supreme boiler range is the most efficient domestic oil fired boiler in Europe, our technical expertise and ability to provide innovative, energy-efficient heating solutions for the future speaks for itself.”

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