Introducing the newest version of our most popular boiler ever
Viessmann Manufacturing Company Inc. is pleased to announce the market introduction of the Vitodens 100-W, B1KA gas-fired condensing Combi boiler. With built-in, on-demand domestic hot water capability, the Vitodens 100-W wall mount boiler is ideal for any home and any budget.
The new Viessmann-made SA240 S43932 stainless steel Inox-Radial self-cleaning heat exchanger and new stainless steel, factory-calibrated fully-modulating MatriX cylinder gas burner ensure the performance and operational reliability that have made the Vitodens 100 our most popular boiler series ever.
The boiler's built-in DHW unit includes a stainless steel plate heat exchanger, 3-speed pump, diverting, pressure bypass and pressure relief valves, water hammer arrester and sensors, and conforms to NSF/ANSI 372 for "lead free" plumbing products.
The new backlit LCD touchscreen control with enhanced programming interfaces with a variety of external control devices to provide comfortable and reliable energy-saving space and DHW heating.
NG or LP fuel compatible "out-of-the-box" with bottom pipe connections and front access to all serviceable components plus multiple venting options for easy installation, service and maintenance, all in a compact wall-mount design that is ideal for even the tightest of spaces.
The Viessmann Group is one of the world's leading manufacturers of heating and renewable energy systems. Family-owned since 1917, Viessmann has set standards and continues to do so with innovative heating solutions that provide ultimate comfort, conserve energy and keep environmental impact to a minimum. The group today employs over 12,000 employees worldwide and has a turnover of approx. 2.25 billion Euro. 22 production companies in 11 countries, sales & distribution facilities in Germany and 74 other countries, and 120 sales offices worldwide provide customer proximity and a strong global presence.
The Vitodens 100-W, B1KA is now available through existing Viessmann sales channels.
Waterloo, April 2017