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Extensive flue options Concentric, twin and flexible liner


In-built gas module


Does not require an additional gas saver unit, saving space and cost


5-year warranty*


IP44 rated IP44 rated boiler casing, which is suitable for zone 2 in a bathroom


Helps meet carbon reduction targets


Helps to meet the Government’s SAP 3 & 4 carbon reduction targets. (SAP Appendix Q Listed)


Internal energy management system


Comes with internal energy management system and can be connected to a 230v, volt free or Open Therm supply and is suitable for RF (Radio Frequency) room stats


Quality assured


Constructed with Brand A components for ultimate quality assurance


Solar thermal pre-heated hot water


All ATAG combination boilers are suitable for solar thermal pre-heated hot water


Single valve discharge pipe


Single condensate and safety valve discharge pipe, which is KIWA approved


5-year parts and labour warranty (*2 year on open vent boiler)


Smart thinking


GAS SAVER TECHNOLOGY BUILT IN


ATAG Heating’s new A325 ECX super high efficiency condensing combination boiler meets all the latest Government carbon reduction targets for ‘new build’ without the need for an additional expensive ‘gas saver’ unit.


Durability


Has stainless steel heat exchanger for long life efficiency and reliability


THE ECOLOGICAL CHOICE


Pure Innovation State of the art heat exchanger design


Pure Intelligence The Brain ‘Z’ Energy Management System


ATAG Heating UK Limited Unit 3 Beaver Trade Park Quarry Lane Chichester West Sussex PO19 8NY Tel: 01243 815 770 Fax: 01243 839 596 Email: info@atagheating.co.uk www.atagheating.co.uk


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