Leading manufacturer of stainless-steel heat transfer products Fabdec has re-launched its Slimline & SuperSlimline unvented water heaters.
This slimline alternative to traditional water heaters is aimed primarily at residential and social housing developments and offers a unique space-saving solution for estates managers of both retrofit and new-build developments.
The launch marks a further step towards Fabdec’s commitment to developing industry-leading sustainable products that provide innovative solutions for customers and installers. It is available in a range of capacities including, made possible by Fabdec’s adaptable approach to the manufacturing process.
By incorporating high-quality materials, thermal insulation and heating coils, the revised range offers one of the narrowest space-saving solutions [at 450mm] that maintains high performance levels. Meaning reliable hot water can be provided to challenging sites and existing buildings with access issues.
Stuart Doggrell, water heating general manager at Fabdec, said: “This new updated offering provides the advantages customers expect from our products, in a smaller housing that makes it significantly more adaptable.
“We’re passionate about providing options for a range of different developments. That is why we have invested in the technology required to produce this range; in order to allow us to provide a high-quality offering for difficult schemes.
“This is particularly key in one of our target sectors, the social housing market. Estates managers often find themselves challenged by the prospect of retrofitting legacy developments, and this product offers a solution to this issue.
“It’s an exciting time for the company, following our recent growth announcements, and the expansion of our factory with a brand-new laser welder, the first of its kind in the UK. We’re looking forward to using this momentum to continue to innovate and provide industry-leading products for the sector”.
Fabdec has been a leader in stainless-steel vessels for more than 50 years, producing and distributing high-quality water heaters from its design and manufacturing HQ in Ellesmere, Shropshire.