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Heating & provision for three

Stokvis Energy Systems sales and marketing director Paul Sands

Stokvis Energy Systems has been providing products for the commercial heating and hot water market for over 30 years. This month, HVR reveals more about this key player in the HVAC sector in a Q&A with sales and marketing director Paul Sands

Who is Stokvis Energy Systems?

After introducing the innovative Econoflame, fully-modulating atmospheric boilers in 1985, we also pioneered packaged plate heat exchangers for DHW service, mainly supplying commercial clients. Internationally, Stokvis has also established a reputation for packaged boiler plant, often used within ‘pre-heat’ stations on gas infrastructure projects.

Describe the range of products you supply and to which customers?

The Econoflame boiler models have now morphed into the EVOLUTION range, offering consistent high efficiency and outstanding reliability. The PHE range continues to dominate where large volumes of hot water are needed – in hotels, hospitals and industry – while the pressurisation and booster ranges also feature strongly. Additionally our heat interface units (HIUs) are ideal for apartments and other developments.

Which of your products/services are in high demand?

The EVOLUTION boiler options meet specifiers’ demands for high fuel efficiency and low NOx emissions, as well as reliability. Together with the Econoplate range, they offer low water content, full modulation and reduced Legionella risk. Meanwhile the HIUs are an ideal fit for renewables such as heat pumps and centralised CHP.

What are the modern day HVAC challenges for commercial buildings?

Aside from the above, we help consultants seeking one-stop solutions – offering pumps and pressurisation units as well as boilers and PHEs – combined with ease of installation and ease of maintenance. Our compact R600 boilers are supplied with wheels and can literally be wheeled into tight spaces, enhancing the range’s flexibility.

R600 EVOLUTION from Stokvis Energy Systems

10 February 2019

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