Gledhill launches Torrent Eco thermal store

Cylinder specialist, Gledhill, has developed its range of thermal stores, utilising the most advanced technology designed to provide even greater energy efficiency and high performance.

Gledhill launches Torrent Eco thermal store

The new Torrent Eco range features a high-efficiency ErP-ready pump, flow sensor technology, increased store temperature capacity and an integral secondary return as standard, significantly improving efficiency for installations, especially when using renewable energy sources, according to the company.

The new range has evolved Gledhill’s original Torrent GreenHeat thermal store and offers homeowners more flexibility to maximise the available heat sources, including woodchip burners, biomass stoves and traditional wood burning stoves.

In addition, by combining renewable energy sources such as solar thermal or heat pumps, along with conventional gas, oil and LPG, the store is utilised to deliver heating to the property and hot water on demand via a plate heat exchanger.

Jason Hobson, managing director at Gledhill, explains: “The Torrent Eco range of thermal stores utilises our 40 years of cylinder design expertise to maximise the input from available energy sources to provides a flexible solution that is better for the environment, easier to install and offers the end user increased performance with reduced running costs.”

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