is a global market leader in high efficiency, high quality hot water and solar hot water systems. Its environmentally friendly condensing Hydronic Heating boiler range was a standout at DesignBUILD in Melbourne.
“We’re here at DesignBUILD with a range of hot water and heating products, specifically our hydronic heating program. These products are European designed and manufactured. They’re current Bosch state-of-the-art technology,” explained Bosch Business Development Manager, John Lake.
“Hydronic heating is the heating of a home through a transfer of hot water fluid through the property and heat is distributed either through the slab or through a system of radiators.”
What is hydronic heating?
According to Bosch, it is a natural way of heat distribution. It is the process of heating water with a boiler and circulating the hot water through a loop of pipes and heating outlets, resulting in the delivery of heat into the rooms.
The most commonly used heating outlets are radiators or underfloor heating pipes.
Bosch’s hydronic heating range of gas condensing boilers is said to:
- Lower gas bills
- Save money
- Reduce carbon footprint
- Reduced NOx emissions
- Provide cleaner air and quality of life
According to Bosch, the new 500W condensing hydronic heating boiler range is engineered to offer the ideal solution for those who want to meet their domestic heating and hot water needs.
“Bosch has a vision that hydronic heating should become a mainstream heating technology in Australia.”
“We brought our hydronic heating to Australia and we’re very interested to be working with the building industry and developers to further this technology into the Australian market.”