Viessmann Showcases New Products and Latest Hydronic Heating Technology at CMX-CIPHEX 2012
Viessmann returns to the CMX-CIPHEX Show (March 22-24, Toronto) with new products and technology from an extensive portfolio of high-efficiency fossil fuel and renewable energy solutions.
“When planning a new installation or modernizing an outdated heating system, fluctuating energy prices, shrinking budgets and environmental concerns all come into play,” says Ken Webster, Director of Sales & Marketing.
“CMX-CIPHEX will give wholesalers, contractors and engineers a hands-on look at how Viessmann has addressed these issues with our efficient, economical and environmentally responsible heating technology.”
Visitors will be among the first to preview the new Vitocrossal 200, CM2 gas-fired condensing boiler (inputs up to 1112 MBH). Its new, fully modulating Viessmann pre-mix cylinder burner operates with low inlet gas pressure (NG) of only 4 inches and provides quiet, environmentally friendly operation. A stainless steel Inox-Crossal heat exchanger features a generous heat transfer surface/heat input ratio allowing for maximum heat extraction while maintaining a compact size. Extremely low water pressure drop through the heat exchanger eliminates the need for a dedicated boiler pump, while its large water content extends burner run time and reduces cycling. Fuel flexibility (NP/LPG/LNG), seamless integration into building control systems and multiple venting options make the Vitocrossal 200, CM2 ideal for large residential and commercial installations.
Showcasing Viessmann biomass technology, the Pyrot 300 wood-fired boiler (outputs from 512 to 1843 MBH) utilizes an advanced swirling combustion process, triple-pass heat exchanger and modulating output control to achieve outstanding efficiency of up to 85%. State-of-the-art safety equipment monitors the entire system from fuel feed to venting for safe, reliable and efficient operation in commercial or industrial applications.
Also on display, the new CombiPLUS Kit adds on-demand domestic hot water (DHW) capability to the Vitodens 100 condensing space heating boiler. Slightly bigger than a large shoe box, the optional CombiPLUS Kit can be mounted underneath or beside the boiler as part of a new installation or as a later addition to a compatible Vitodens 100. Generating up to 3.6 GPM of reliable on-demand DHW, this compact, economical solution eliminates the need for a DHW storage tank in many lower-load applications and is ideal for apartments, condos, cottages, single-family homes or installations where space is at a premium. The CombiPLUS Kit and the Vitocrossal 200, CM2 will also be featured in the show’s New Product Showcase.
The Viessmann exhibit (booth 507) will also include the Vitodens 200 gas-fired condensing boiler and Vitocontrol-S in a multiple boiler cascade; Vitosol 200-F flat plate and 200-T vacuum tube solar thermal collectors, Solar Divicon pumping stations and system components; and commercial boiler controls.
The Viessmann Group is one of the leading international manufacturers of heating systems. Founded in 1917, the family business maintains a staff of approximately 9,400 employees and generates roughly 1.7 billion Euro in annual group turnover. Viessmann is an internationally oriented company with 23 production and project management divisions in 11 countries, business activities in 74 countries, 32 subsidiaries and 120 sales offices around the world. Fifty-six percent of sales are derived from export activities. For additional information, please contact the North American Head Office in Waterloo, Ont., Canada.
Waterloo, March 2012