Viessmann heating technology in action

Advanced heating systems from Viessmann are in use every day around the world, in many private households and also in numerous large-scale projects, where they make an important contribution to the conservation of natural resources.

In our references database, you can find detailed information on various residential and commercial heating system installations.


Bluenose Academy – Lunenburg, NS

When it was built seven years ago, the Bluenose Academy in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, became the greenest building in Atlantic Canada and the first government building in the province with a fully-integrated wood pellet-fired biomass heating system.

It is also the first building in Canada featuring a biomass heating system to obtain LEED® Gold certification.

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Bluenose Academy - Lunenburg, NS

Social Housing Project – Toronto, ON

Three Vitocrossal 300, CA3 commercial condensing boilers, each rated at 4000 MBH, replaced two outdated and oversized boilers to provide reliable, efficient heat to three high-rise apartment buildings.

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Social Housing Project - Toronto, ON

Trout Lake Community Centre & Ice Rink – Vancouver, BC

Vancouver's Trout Lake Community Centre is a LEED certified, state-of-the-art multi-use sports and recreational facility. The Centre's gas-fired condensing boiler system consists of a total of seven Vitodens 200 boilers.

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Trout Lake Community Centre - Vancouver, BC

Evergreen Brick Works – Toronto, ON

The Evergreen Brick Works is a multi-use facility comprising various structures, including the LEED Platinum certified Centre for Green Cities (CGC). The five-storey CGC's space heating and domestic hot water needs are satisfied by a Vitocrossal 300, CT3 condensing boiler, augmented by two Vitorond 200, VD2 boilers and six Vitosol 200-F flat plate solar thermal collector panels.

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Evergreen Brick Works - Toronto, ON

Fink Enderby District Energy – Enderby, BC

The Fink Enderby wood biomass district energy project serves ten residential, commercial and industrial customers. Primary heating is provided by a Viessmann Vitoflex 300-RF, KRT-540 (formerly Pyrot) rated at 1843 MBH. Back-up heating for peak loads is supplied by a Vitocrossal 200, CM2 (1078 MBH) gas-fired boiler.

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Fink Enderby District Energy - Enderby, BC

La Cité Verte – Québec City, QC

La Cité Verte – a large-scale, multi-residential project comprised of housing units, apartmetns, condos and townhouses – is the most advanced wood biomass-fired district heating system in North America.

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La Cité Verte - Québec City, QC

Nazko Valley Elementary School & Community Centre – Quesnel, BC

The Nazko Valley Elementary School & Community Centre was retrofitted with a wood biomass heating system to achieve lower fuel costs and carbon credits from reduced greenhouse gas emissions.

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Nazko Valley Elementary School - Quesnel, BC

Sustainable Wood Energy Project – Camrose County, AB

A self-contained wood biomass Energy Station provides space heating for the Camrose County Administration Office, with a gas-fired boiler acting as back-up during peak load times. By opting to retrofit the building with a wood-fired boiler, Camrose County was able to reduce its annual CO2 emissions by approx. 148 tonnes.

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Sustainable Wood Energy Project - Camrose County, AB

Table Rock Welcome Centre – Niagara Falls, ON

The Table Rock Welcome Centre, situated next to the world's most recognizable water fall, hosts more that 8 million visitors per year. Viessmann heating technology in the form of three Vitocrossal 300, CT3 gas-fired condensing boilers, rated at 2702 MBH each, provides space heating for the Centre's new viewing gallery, as well as exterior ice and snow melt.

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Table Rock Welcome Centre - Niagara Falls, ON