• Compact dimensions
  • High efficiency
  • Room sealed or open flue
  • Comprehensive controls
  • Direct-on-boiler weather compensation
  • Working pressure 3bar
  • Long service life from stainless steel heat exchanger
  • Option of an in-built low loss header or boiler protection plate heat exchanger for complete hydraulic separation
  • 2 year guarantee – 1st year’s service included
Model Trigon L 65Trigon L 85Trigon L 100Trigon L 120
Energy efficiency [1] ErP-RadiatorA / A---
Boiler seasonal efficiency [2]96.496.696.696.8
Sound power levelsdB (A)48---
Nominal heat output 80/60ºCkW8.4 - 60.015.6-77.817.6-88.221.9-109.8
Nominal heat output 40/30ºCkW9.4-65.017.0-85.019.2-96.324.0-120.0
Nominal heat input (gross)kW9.5 - 67.317.7 - 88.719.9 - 99.824.9 - 124.7
Nominal heat input (net)kW8.6 - 60.716.0 - 80.018.0 - 90.022.5 - 112.4
Weight empty/fullkg115/121.6120/128.4145/155.3150/162
Boiler seasonal efficiency* (gross)%96.496.696.696.8
NOx emission @ 0% O²mg/kWh33333333
Heightmm1088108810881088
Widthmm710710710710
Depthmm538538718718

1 Energy efficiency class    (space heating): Product/System according to Directive 2010/30/EU and Regulation (EU) 811/2013

2 Calculated using the formula given in equation 2 in the Non-Domestic Building Service Compliance Guide

Two highly-efficient 120kW Trigon L boilers have been installed at a historic naval dockyard church in Chatham as part of a new central heating system that is expected to reduce gas usage by more than 20%.

The former Pembroke Barracks naval church is a listed building completed in 1906 and is now known as the St. George’s Centre. Owned by Medway Council, it houses 94 stained glass windows as well as memorial plaques to the fallen of both world wars.

Medway Council needed to replace the centre’s ageing cast iron atmospheric boilers with an efficient condensing model while maintaining the existing pipework. Therefore the crucial factor in the selection of Trigon L condensing boilers for the centre was the option of a built-in plate heat exchanger to separate the boiler from the primary heating circuit.

John Richardson of Medway Council’s Design and Surveying Team, who specified the boilers, commented: “Trigon L boilers suited our requirements at the centre – having a very old heating system and large pipework with the possibility of accumulated debris. It made sense to divorce the system water from the boiler by means of the heat exchanger.”