Vaillant has been setting the standards in the heating market for more than 130 years, creating products that have revolutionised the industry.
Today, as Europe’s number 1 heating technology manufacturer, our heating systems cover renewable technologies, domestic gas boilers, hot water cylinders, controls and products for commercial applications. All systems provide the same enviable reputation for performance, efficiency, quality and reliability that has become synonymous with the Vaillant brand.
This brochure has been designed to provide all the information needed to select your next heating and hot
water system. Should you need any additional information please contact us to see how we can help.
With global temperatures continuing to rise and as traditional energy resources decline, it’s no wonder that domestic energy conservation remains a universally high priority. The development of innovative and effective renewable energy solutions is critical to future efficiency and environmental wellbeing. Solar heating for domestic
hot water is one such solution and is the fastest growing renewable technology across Europe.
It is based on harnessing energy from the sun to indirectly heat water in a cylinder, and in the UK alone, sales of glazed solar
collector units are forecast to double over the next four years. It is a market in which Vaillant continues to make significant investment to create category leading products that precisely meet the needs of specifiers, installers, home owners and, of course, the environment.
Vaillant’s solar DHW system can provide around 50-60% of annual domestic hot water requirements and because it uses indirect solar radiation, not just direct sunlight, it works as efficiently in the UK as it does in other countries with similar climates. And, as you would expect from Vaillant, the solar control system has a built-in intelligence allowing it to automatically switch from solar to conventional power when needed.
Vaillant’s solar domestic hot water system ensures hot water comfort, helps reduce fuel bills, adds value to a property and is a positive benefit to the environment because it reduces carbon dioxide emissions.