The Potterton Paramount Three Gas Regular Boiler is a range of highly efficient commercial boilers featuring the latest in heating technology including a highly reliable aluminium/silicone alloy heat exchanger. The aluminium/silicone heat exchanger ensures maximum heat transfer to the central heating and hot water systems and comes with an industry leading 10 year warranty. As well as providing an impressively high energy efficiency the Paramount Three Commercial Gas Regular Boilers also generate ultra low NOx emissions making this an extremely environmentally friendly option for any commercial requirement.
The Potterton Paramount Three Commercial Gas Regular Boilers also features a user friendly and comprehensive boiler/user interface, which has been developed alongside leading heating control manufacturer siemens, called the ISR Plus. The control panel for the Paramount Three Commercial Gas Regular Boiler offers a full text display of the boilers operational status and with a built in weather compensation, summer/winter changeover and time control facilities for heating and hot water makes this a highly flexible and efficient boiler.
The ISR Plus can be used with any existing compatible room thermostats or fully intergrated Building Energy Management System for additional control. The remote status facilities are built into the Paramount Three Commercial Gas Regular Boiler for run and fault signals and the ISR Plus also allows for remote control of the set point temperatures using a 0-10V signal. In addition the Paramount Three Commercial Gas Regular Boiler is compatible with a range of optional potterton controllers for Domestic Hot Water operation , optimisation zone control and modular boiler sequence control.
Key Features and Benefits:
In a closed hot water circuit water cannot be compressed so any expansion in volume, created by an increase in temperature, needs to be accommodated by the expansion vessel. When the water is cold the pre-charge pressure forces the membrane sack, within the vessel, to collapse until the pump is started when the sack starts to inflate. As the temperature in the hot water circuit increases, resulting in the expansion of the water within the circuit, the expanded water enters the sack creating additional volume and lowering the pressure in the hot water circuit. As the water temperature drops the pre-charge pressure force the water from the sack back into the hot water circuit.