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Potterton Promax HE Plus A Boilers

Potterton Promax HE Plus A Boilers have been cleverly designed to suit the heating and hot requirements of almost every property type. Available in three heating outputs, 15, 24 and 30KW; this compact boiler costs from £660 excluding VAT and installation costs.

The Promax Combi HE Plus A has a clean and simple design, and is a doddle to operate with its easy access controls. Other key features include an intelligent control system which enables automatic heat output adjustment; an electronic ignition system and a built-in two stage frost protect to prolong its lifespan.

It also has a SEDBUK A rating for efficiency and has ultra low NOx emissions to help protect the environment. Its compact dimensions make it easy to install, its multi-fluing options make it simple to fit into even the most difficult spaces, and it can even fit in an unventilated cupboard for added convenience.

For peace of mind it also comes with a parts and labour warranty.

Potterton Promax HE Plus A Boilers Overview

ModelTypeDimensionsMaximum Flow RateOutputEfficiency RatingTypical Price
Promax Combi 24 HE Plus ACombiH – 780 mm
W – 450 mm
D – 345 mm
9.8 l/min24 kWA 90% and above£772.72
Promax Combi 28 HE Plus ACombiH – 780 mm
W – 450 mm
D – 345 mm
11.5 l/min28 kWA 90% and above£839.26
Promax Combi 33 HE Plus ACombiH – 780 mm
W – 450 mm
D – 345 mm
13.5 l/min33 kWA 90% and above£952.14
Key Features & Benefits
SEDBUK Band AHigh Energy Efficiency
Fully Modulating NOx Burner and FanEconomical to run and kinder to the environment
Stainless Steel Heat ExchangerState of the art
Fully automated Gas and Air modulationGreat emission control
Compact DimensionsEasy to fit, space saving
Can be fitted into a non-ventilated cupboardConvenience
Suitable for a wide range of installationsFlexible
Multi-directional fluing optionsEasy installation in difficult places
Simple User InterfaceEasy to operate
Intelligent Control SystemEnable automatic heat output adjustment
2 Stage Frost ProtectionAdded protection
Part s and Labour WarrantyPeace of Mind

What we think of the Potterton Promax Combi HE Plus A

The three boilers in this range are all Combi units, which means that unlike more traditional boilers, they provide hot water on demand. So when you turn on the hot taps, hot water is instantly available. Because they provide hot water on demand, they do not need the extra components such as a hot water storage tank, an expansion tank and a cold water cistern.

The three boilers are rated at 24kW, 28kW and 33kW. The smaller unit produces a maximum flow rate of hot water of 9.8 litres a second, whilst the second achieves 11.5 litres a minute and the third, some 15.5 litres a minute. At this performance level, the boiler can handle a property up to a two-bedroomed home. It is only equipped to run on natural gas, it cannot handle LPG, so you have to be on the grid.

It has to be wall mounted and at 44.2kg, it weighs much the same as other boilers in this class. The controls are comprehensive, allowing you to do a range of things.

Getting a Competitive Quote

A new boiler is a large investment so making sure you have found the best price for your budget and heating requirements is vital. We advise you shop around and get a few quotes before making your decision. Getting a free quote from national installer and comparing it to one from a local boiler installer is highly recommended.

A Gas Safe Registered must be used to carry out the installation safely and properly.

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2 reviews for Potterton Promax HE Plus A Boilers

What Customers Are Saying

Rated 1 out of 5
23 February 2016

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PROMAX 28KW COMBI RUBBISH FOR HOT WATER DURING WINTER MONTHS!!!!
FIT A SHOWER!!!!

David Orr
Rated 3 out of 5
13 January 2016

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I have a potterton promax combined HE plus 28 range and within 3 months it went wrong. The boiler last pressure and has been like that since it was installed. Now 4 years old and has had the engineer out on a regular bases to fix it , never again will it be a Potterton!

Tony Reynolds