Stokvis HIU units granted certification

Stokvis HIU units granted certification

Having always been able to demonstrate compliance with WRAS/KIWA requirements for water quality, the H2 Heat Interface Units offered by Stokvis Energy Systems have now been granted overarching certification through the regulatory scheme.

The consolidated approval was awarded following exhaustive tests at the Water Research Advisory Scheme’s approved laboratories, so that the product portfolio now offers consultants and contractors involved with the creation of communal or district heating schemes the ultimate confidence.

The WRAS certification will remain valid for five years until December 2021 and covers the Stokvis Econoplate H2, H2-24/14, H2-24/24 and H2-24/40 Heat Interface Units.

In essence, the testing confirms, amongst other things, that the non-metallic materials used in the construction of the various H2 models – in particular the gaskets – will not contaminate ‘wholesome’ water intended for domestic use. This certification also confirms that the H2 range, when correctly installed, will not contravene the Water Supply Regulations and byelaws in any part of the UK.

The HIUs have also been made more serviceable in that the key components are now easier to access and demount as necessary; and they remain amongst the few such units available that are British made.

Furthermore, this is a very important and rapidly growing market, enabling those who live in, or operate apartment buildings and other complexes, to do away with the risks and inefficiencies of individual gas boilers in every dwelling. Instead, they can switch to shared boiler systems incorporating renewables, including heat pumps and solar panels, so that far greater energy efficiency can be enjoyed by all residents.

The H2 is part of a comprehensive selection of HIUs supplied by Stokvis Energy Systems able to provide heating and hot water within apartments, sheltered accommodation and other dwellings. The company offers all the technical back up to ensure the units are correctly matched to the heat networks’ demands to secure maximum efficiency, as well as occupant comfort.

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