Baxi launches combi LPG boiler

Baxi, the UK-based boiler manufacturer is extending its offering to include a dedicated combi LPG option for homes in off-grid areas.

The company said the new boiler had been designed in consultation with installer and weighs just 26kg.

It comes with what it has labelled an ‘impressive’ 28kW output, and includes a number of time-saving features, such as easily accessible electrical connections and an easy fit wall hanging bracket. The combi LPG boiler also comes with an ‘industry leading choice’ of flue lengths meaning it can be sited almost anywhere.

Jon Phillips, head of product management at Baxi, said: “Designed with both the installer and homeowner in mind, this new boiler will allow households in off mains gas areas to choose high efficiency, clean heating and hot water, and help them reduce their fuel bills and carbon footprint.

“Not only is the boiler small enough to fit into a cupboard, it’s also super light and easy to move, which means that it can be fitted quicker than other conventional combi boilers. This makes life easier for time-poor installers whilst ensuring a stylish space-saving option for the homeowner, which can be easily controlled by customers via the latest smart controls.”

The new Baxi 400 Combi LPG boiler is available from 4 September 2017, exclusively from independent merchants. For additional peace of mind, the LPG boiler comes with a five-year parts and labour warranty.

Baxi is a part of BDR Thermea, one of Europe’s largest manufacturers and distributors of domestic and commercial water and space heating systems. It employs 6,400 people throughout Europe with a turnover exceeding €1.2 billion.