Atlantic to unveil multi-energy tech at The Big 5

The company is expected to showcase its Solerio Optimum, a solar water heater equipped with forced circulation technology and boasting a 70% reduction in energy consumption.

 Atlantic’s stand at The Big 5 2014.
Atlantic’s stand at The Big 5 2014.

Atlantic has announced plans to showcase its Solerio Optimum product range at the upcoming Big 5 event. 

Solerio Optimum is a solar water heater that is equipped with forced circulation solar technology, an indoor tank and outdoor solar panel. Combined with strengthened polyurethane insulation and a low consumption pump, the solar water heater boasts up to 70% in energy savings.

Additionally, Solerio Optimum is classified as an A Class design with the recently launched Energy Efficiency Regulation (ErP) programme.

In terms of tank capacities, the unit can be equipped with a variety of sizes from 150 to 400 litres. Furthermore, it is also equipped with a steatite backup heating element, as well as an elliptic solar exchanger. The latter helps to improve performance.

Atlantic, a France-based comfort technology provider, reportedly dedicates an average of 4% of its annual turnover to research & development.

Over 2015, the company has successfully implemented enhancements across its heat pump water heaters, while also launching its ONDEO range of small capacity compact square water heaters.

In the Middle East, the firm continued to improve its 20,000m2 water heater factory. The ISO 9001 approved facility is considered to be one of the largest industrial sites in the Middle East dedicated to water heaters.

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