The Unimax high efficiency stainless steel condensing boilers are in high demand worldwide.
Dubbed one of the world’s most efficient condensing boilers Unimax has condensing efficiencies up to 109 per cent..
Unimax can be used for new and replacement applications. The high tech 316L stainless steel heat exchanger is the heart of the Unimax boiler which is manufactured in Europe by Sermeta, the largest condensing boiler heat exchanger manufacturers in the world.
The compact, high capacity Unimax condensing boilers are a natural design progression of the most popular, well proven, small stainless steel commercial condensing boiler brands sold successfully for more than 20 years in Australia and around the world.
With models from 210kW to 1540kW output, the Unimax boiler gas is approved for installation Australia wide and is the ideal condensing boiler for new and replacement commercial and industrial applications.
The high tech features of Unimax condensing boilers significantly reduce the environmental impact of gas boilers with one of the highest efficiency ratings of up to 109 per cent and super llow nox premix burners.
With inbuilt high tech Seimens control systems, Unimax boiler can modulate outputs at 8-1 turndown and modulation range can be expanded much further with the ability to cascade control up to 16 boilers through the entire modulation load range.
Along with the modbus BMS interface, Unimax operating temperatures can be remotely adjusted by the 0-10 volt temperature set point adjustment to give optimum system integration with the BMS control system.
Unimax boilers are locally stocked and are available in both indoor and outdoor applications with purpose built industrial quality UV resistant oudoor cabinets protecting against the harshest of Australian conditions.
Airatherm can assist and are well established in the Australian market with more than 50 years experience as a heating equipment manufacturer and importer.
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