In december 2019 Simaco concluded an important intervention on heat plants, with the aim of improving the comfort of the plant and the efficiency of the whole system. The main partner chosen for this technological upgrade was Hoval.
Hoval is part of the leading international companies in the field of intelligent heating and controlled ventilation systems. It is present in over 50 countries and boasts over 70 years of experience in researching and implementing technologically advanced, that maximize energy efficiency and environmental protection.
The technical solution adopted saw the replacement of the previous boiler with a new condensing boiler with high efficiency called UltraGas®, combined with the improvement of the insulation of the pipes of a part of the system.
Thanks to some patented technical and construction details, the UltraGas® boiler allows to improve performance and reduce gas consumption:
- Low emissions thanks to the versatile and combinable Ultraclean® combustion
- Reduced emissions of harmful substances thanks to clean combustion with UltraClean® surface burner
- Low starter emissions thanks to the modulating burner and the high level of water content with accumulator effect
- Easy adaptation of operating times for energy-oriented heating
- Easy, low-cost maintenance
The UltraGas® condensing boiler derives from 10 to 20% more energy and its efficiency increases to over 109%. The estimate reductions in gas consumption and consequently climate-changing emissions, is about 15% compared to the previous ones.
Attention to the planet and environment preservation is not new for Simaco’s corporate ethics principles.
This further step towards the reduction of energy consumption at company level, is only the latest in a series of initiatives and investments that Simaco has undertaken for several years now:
- 80% of the energy requirement by photovoltaic
- 100% electricity from renewable sources
- Air-conditioning system with water recycling process
- Digitization of internal processes
- Zero-mile supplier network