Potterton Heatmax HE Boilers

Potterton Heatmax HE Boilers are available in three heating outputs – 24KW, 28KW and 33KW, and prices start from around £770 excluding VAT and installation.

This reliable boiler has been designed with easy installation in mind, because it comes complete with a wall-mounting jig and a comprehensive range of fluing options.

Potterton Heatmax HE Boilers are also has a SEDBUK A rating, and has been approved by the Energy Saving Trust. Other key features include a built-in two-stage frost protection to increase its lifespan and it is fully compatible with the Potterton single channel wireless room thermostat.

For peace of mind it has a 2 year labour and parts warranty* and customers can access the Potterton/Baxi ‘Heateam’ who are available for support 24/7 for most of the year.

Potterton Heatmax HE Boilers Overview

ModelTypeDimensionsMaximum Flow RateOutputEfficiency RatingTypical Price
Heatmax Combi 24 HECombiH - 780 mm
W - 450 mm
D - 345 mm
9.8 l/min24 kWA 90% and above£719.4
Heatmax Combi 28 HECombiH - 780 mm
W - 450 mm
D - 345 mm
11.5 l/min28 kWA 90% and above£790.68
Heatmax Combi 33 HECombiH - 780 mm
W - 450 mm
D - 345 mm
13.5 l/min33 kWA 90% and above£864.6

Key Features & Benefits

SEDBUK Band A High Energy Efficiency
Fully Modulating NOx Burner and Fan Economical to run and kinder to the environment
Stainless Steel Heat Exchanger State of the art
Fully automated Gas and Air modulation Great emission control
Compact Dimensions Easy to fit, space saving
Approved by Energy Savings Trust High Energy Efficiency
Suitable for a wide range of installations Flexible
Supplied with wall mounting jig Easy to install
Access to Heateam 24/7 Helpline
2 Stage Frost Protection Added protection
2 year Warranty* Peace of Mind

What we think of the Potterton Heatmax HE Boilers

This range of three boilers offers three different power ratings and water flow ratings. The smallest of three comes in at 24kW and a maximum flow rate of 9.8 litres a minute. These are Combi boilers, which means that the boiler provides hot water on demand. When you turn the hot water tap on in other words, the boiler instantly activates and heats the water. This is in contrast to the more traditional boilers which send hot water to a storage tank for use by the hot water taps and also sends hot water to the radiators.

Because the Combi doesn’t need a hot water storage tank, nor an associated cold water cistern, or expansion tank, then the system is far more space saving, Hence the rise in popularity of the Combi system.

The other boilers in the range have ratings of 28kW and 33kW, with hot water flow rates of 9.8 litres a minute and 135 litres a minute respectively. Great for smaller properties, the boilers weigh just over 44kg and are designed to be wall mounted.

Getting a Competitive Boiler Quote

Buying a new boiler is a costly investment; therefore shopping around for the best price is highly advisable. For instance, get a free quote from a reputable national installer and also one from a local boiler installer.

For a safe and professional installation, always make sure your engineer is Gas Safe Registered.

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Source: http://www.potterton.co.uk/heatmax/
*subject to registration and annual service

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