Versatile are delighted to exclusively present to the market the new improved “next-gen” Jaga Maxi 2020 radiator. Designed specifically to meet ambitious Nearly Zero Energy Building (NZEB) regulations, Maxi 2020 provides peace of mind about possible future regulatory requirements.
Designed to deliver the most efficient heating outputs with the lowest energy consumption, the Jaga Maxi 2020 radiator combines:
The cost-saving energy efficiency and reaction time of Jaga’s Low-H2O technology. The ability to work with low temperature systems like heat pumps and in the future, the option to provide dry cooling with low energy consumptionThe assurances and safety attributes of Jaga’s strongest and safest Low Surface Temperature (LST) radiatorWorks with Jaga’s ventilation solution Oxygen to deliver combined ventilation and heating in one system
Andrew Treacy, Versatile Heating, Cooling & Ventilation MD, explains “The 2020 range will not stop at a radiator capable of heating and cooling, but can incorporate demand controlled decentralised ventilation. The family of products provides flexibility in installation, with the options of being ceiling-mount, fully recessed or concealed. The future is bright for Maxi 2020 and Versatile and Jaga will continue in their relentless pursuit to produce and deliver products that reduce the energy consumption of the buildings of the future.”
Ideal solution for schools
Maxi 2020 is available for clients’ bespoke projects, which is a unique benefit of the Maxi range. In particular, it provides an ideal solution for Schools, with options including decentralised MEV and Dynamic Boost Effect in conjunction with Heat Pumps. Versatile have worked on a vast number of school projects across Northern Ireland and ROI with the Jaga Maxi radiator, and since early 2018, have been successfully rolling out the new Maxi 2020 radiator.
To discuss how this solution can benefit your project, please contact our expert team at +353 (0)46.902.9444 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.