Stokvis Energy Systems is continuing to receive keen interest from across the residential sector for its H-series heat interface units, after launching them to specifiers and M&E specialists at the 2013 Sustainability Live exhibition in April of last year.
Available in single plate and dual plate versions to suit different options within a dwelling, the heat interface units have been developed by Stokvis specifically to meet the rising demand for communal or district heating systems.
This centralised approach to the provision of heating and hot water is ideal for social and private apartment buildings, student accommodation or sheltered housing schemes. Not only are capital costs reduced, but they avoid the need for an annual gas safety inspection to be carried out within individual properties.
Sales and Marketing Director of Stokvis Energy Systems, Paul Sands, says: “District heating failed to make the impact here in the 20th century the way it caught on in Europe – generally due to poor design and installation work – but it really does make good economic and environmental sense. Our H-series interface units provide controllable heating and hot water along with monitoring for billing purposes.”