Any condensing boiler emits condensate, generated by the combustion fumes. Cold water circulates in the hot fumes which creates condensation causing a transfer of energy from the fumes to the water, and generating condensates. As these condensates result from the fumes, they are acidic. When installing a condensing boiler, care must be taken to remove them correctly. Quite often, boilers are located far from any evacuation points, from which the need to raise the condensate to the level of the sewer.
SFA is an expert in the field. We offer several solutions for lifting condensates or neutralizing them or both at the same time. The range presents discreet models to be positioned under a wall-mounted boiler or a model dedicated to floor-standing boilers with integrated neutralization: the Sanicondens Best Flat combines these two advantages. Its installation at the level of your condensing boiler will neutralize the acidity of the condensates and raise them safely.