Norwich, United Kingdom, March 23, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Reaching the finals of the prestigious awards, the heated water specialist Heatstream Hot Water Solutions was up against tough competition in the Heating and Plumbing category and was awarded one of two highly commended positions against the overall winner Baxi who won for its Baxi EcoGen micro boiler. The second highly commended position went to EcoEnergy Depot (Renove Ltd) for its Extraflame LP14 Wood Pellet Boiler.
The awards which were judged by senior representatives from the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and the Federation of Master Builders (FMB) saw many applicants compete within key categories to be crowned the winners within their own respective areas of expertise.
Awarded for its innovative approach in the development of a brand new hot water heating system, the heat exchanger unit earned the Heatstream team its place in the finals meeting the distinct criteria laid out by the award organisers. The judges were looking for the best of the best in today’s market within the heating and plumbing category and specifically a product showing exceptional promise in both high energy savings, utility cost savings for the end-user and as a cost efficient product both in price and installation.
Heatstream director Kieron Dudley was more than happy with the result: “It’s excellent to receive such an outstanding review and especially from the judges who are leading names within their respective fields. Energy efficiency and making substantial monetary savings on bills is hot topic, especially after such a harsh winter and the latest announcement that the government could be increasing its 2020 carbon emission reduction targets. Our own products which suit both domestic and commercial markets can reduce energy consumption for its user by up to 50% as well as reducing water wastage, which in turn will mean considerable savings on bills.”
Heatstream Hot Water Solutions, which also reached the finals in the EDP’s Future 50 2010 awards, introduced its Heatstream Heat Exchanger last year as completely new technology to the UK and global market. As a fully patented secondary hot water heating system, Heatstream has increased the number of plate heat exchangers within the heating system as well as manipulated the rate of water flow within the plate to create a system which is incredibly efficient for its user.
Heatstream Hot Water Solutions will be exhibiting at the National Homebuilding & Renovating Show taking place at the Birmingham NEC on 24th-27th March.