New Greenstar boiler designed for an easy upgrade

With the launch of the new Greenstar 4000 boiler range, Worcester Bosch aims to build on the success of its best selling Greenstar i series with a number of upgrades to its predecessor’s appearance and performance. Key improvements include increased ease and speed of installation, commissioning and servicing, alongside improvements in efficiency and control for the user. Encompassing features from its range-topping 8000 Style boiler, the Greenstar 4000 has been designed to ensure the easy replacement of any i Junior, Si or i system boiler thanks to the same fixing points, pipe centres and flue to valve distance.

The wall-frame provides a pre-piping option for all seven combi pipe connections before the boiler is hung, while removable front and and right-hand side panels help to ensure easy access internal components for maintenance and servicing needs.

More environmentally-friendly packaging is another advancement of the new range. Worcester Bosch has removed all polystyrene packaging and replaced it with a household recyclable honeycomb cardboard. All plastic bags have been removed and replaced with compostable bags which can be placed in garden waste for composting, used as a food waste bin bag or disposed of in normal household waste. To ensure that the packaging is still protective, the company has undergone a series of intense transport tests.

Martyn Bridges, director of technical communication and product management, comments: “The Greenstar 4000 series builds upon everything people love about the Greenstar i with improvements to make it more accessible and attractive to installers and homeowners alike. From simplified servicing and high-tech control systems to quieter operation and increased efficiency we hope that installers fall in love with this boiler just as much as the Greenstar i that it replaces.”

For more information on the Greenstar 4000 please visit: www.worcester-bosch.co.uk/4000

 

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