In a hydronic heating system, heat produced by electricity, natural gas or fuel oil is transported by water to radiators that distribute it to different rooms in a house. The water then leaves the radiators and returns, cooled, to the boiler. The latter heats the liquid again, which is returned to the radiators. In some cases, water circulation is provided by a pump system.
The condensing boiler has the particularity of taking advantage of the latent heat of the water vapour contained in the exhaust gases, by condensing this vapour before discharging the water in liquid form. The efficiency of these devices is unparalleled, frequently reaching 98%. LAARS boilers will guarantee you substantial savings and a wide range of products.