A condensing boiler is supplied by gas, fuel oil or propane. This energy source will ignite a burner and provide heat. This involves heating the water in the heating circuit from the boiler to the radiators and heating the sanitary water in the bathroom, the shower room and the kitchen. The condensing boiler is a good way to save energy. In order for it to function without problems, the condensate must be drained off.
Pump away condensate from a condensing boiler: why and how?
The boiler produces a condensate during combustion. This liquid is acidic and must be drained. It cannot be mixed with other wastewater for ecological reasons. Some boilers have their own drain system for the condensate, but if not we can help.
SFA is an expert in this field. We can supply both a condensate removal system and a neutralisation system . The Sanicondens Best Flat combines these two features. Its installation below your boiler will neutralise the acidity of the condensates and pump them away in complete safety.
The Sanicondens Best Flat is a compact version of this product: it has four inlets, it's small in size and has a tank with a capacity of 2 litres. It can be fitted to the wall or to the floor.
The SFA solution for condensate removal is quiet and designed specifically to neutralise acidic water using a system of refillable granules. A first pack of granules is included in the starter kit and should be replaced once a year. The neutralisation of the waste means your pipework remains protected from any acid attack.
The Sanicondens Best Flat can also be connected to a dehumidifier. It comes with a pre-connected alarm in case of power cuts and a complete installation kit with non-return valve.