Baxi 830 Combi Boiler
Behold the Baxi 830 Combi Boiler! Once again, we present to you a fine piece of British ingenuity. So, what makes the Baxi 830 Combi Boiler so unique? Continue reading to find out more.
The Baxi 830 Combi Boiler Key Features
- It’s a condensing boiler.
- It has a 93% efficiency rating.
- It’s ErP A-rated for both central heating and hot water.
- A stainless steel heat exchanger.
- A brass hydraulics block.
- Hot water max output of 30kW
- Central heating max output of 21.2kW.
- It can serve up to 15 radiators.
- It has a hot water flow rate of 12.2 litres per minute.
- It comes with a standard 10-year warranty.
- The ADEY Micro2 magnetic system filter will protect the boiler and central heating system from debris buildup.
- The in-built filling loop will make re-pressurizing that much easier.
- It comes with optional USense Smart Controls.
- It’s compatible with the In Flue Outdoor Sensor (IFOS).
- It offers extensive flue options of up to 20 meters.
- Compact dimensions of 700mm Height by 390mm Width by 288mm Depth.
The Baxi 830 Combi Boiler is built to last. Additionally, it’s also compact and in the “lightweight” category amongst other combi boilers.
For the hydraulics block, they used quality brass. Therefore, it should be able to serve you for a couple of years without any serious issues.
Fuel and efficiency
Straight off the bat, we recognize the Baxi 830’s efficiency. With an efficiency rating of 93%, it’s top tier as far as condensing combi boilers are concerned. Additionally, it has also earned the ErP A-rating for both hot water production and central heating.
In case you were wondering, the Baxi 830 Boilers run on natural gas fuel. Nevertheless, they are also certified to run on a 20% Hydrogen blend.
Power output rating
The Baxi 830 Combi Boiler is part of the Baxi 800 series that comes in two output variants—The 25kW and 30kW models.
Although the 25kW variant is available, we don’t recommend it (especially if more than two people live in the household). There’s a chance it won’t be able to cater to all your heating and hot water requirements.
On the other hand, the 30kW variant is better. Although it’s not the most powerful, it should be able to sustain medium-sized homes—It can operate up to 15 radiators and supply hot water at a reasonable rate of 12.2 litres per minute.
Additionally, we understand that some prefer system boilers with hot water cylinders. You’ll be happy to know that the Baxi 800 line also has system models.
No worries. Its installation process is nice and easy. Weighing at 29.5kg, it shouldn’t require more than one engineer to install. As far as time is concerned, it will take anywhere from 1 to 3 days to install. Of course, your home’s layout and complexity will dictate the exact time.
It comes with a simple hanging bracket that will see it stick to a wall. Dimension-wise (700mm Height by 390mm Width by 285mm Depth), it’s compact enough to fit in your standard kitchen cupboard. You’ll never have to worry about the “odd-looking” boiler cramping your home’s decor.