Simons Boilers offer a wide range of
commercial hot water heaters.
There are two types of Hot Water Heaters: Condensing and Non-Condensing.
It is often difficult to decide which one you need for a specific project. It is important to look at each project individually and speak to a professional to discuss your requirements.
When deciding on whether to choose condensing or non condensing, the following need to be taken into account:
- Efficiencies required
- Return on investment
It is important to know the difference between condensing and non-condensing boiler. It is often a Great Debate – Condensing VS Not Condensing
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Condensing vs High-Efficiency Non-Condensing HWH
High-Efficiency Non Condensing
Used when return temperatures are above 60°C. Especially when higher efficiencies are not required. Typical efficiencies around 96% nett & 86% gross.
Perfect for temperatures loops with return temperature below 55°C.
- Condensing Heaters are efficient at lower temperature loops which enjoy efficiencies of up to 107% net and around 98% gross,
- If the heater is used at higher temperature loops, its efficiency drops slightly but is still efficient.
- Simons offers a range of condensing Hot Water Heaters that are locally manufactured, compact and readily available,
- When comparing efficient condensing and non-condensing systems, condensing systems will be around 10-11% more efficient