About Thermal Integration Limited

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About Us

We design and manufacture pre-fabricated Hot Water and Central Heating Cylinders, Thermal Stores, Buffer Tanks and Heat Interface Units to suit almost any domestic or commercial application. Our range of products is the end result of over 20 years of continuous development and improvement in heating technology. We hold to the philosophy that all customers deserve our best level of service for the life of the product, as well as complete honesty throughout the product selection process. We hold a significant number of patents in the fields of water storage, heat exchange, and the networking of communal heating systems, and continue to push the boundaries.

As well as the most comprehensive range of hot water systems in the UK, our headquarters in Sudbury also offers the UKs largest renewables training centre, including the first HETAS training and test centre, with working wood, pellet and log biomass rigs, as well as solar. There is also an extensive district heating demonstration and test facility attached to the factory, with the factory building services running from a twin pellet biomass boiler installation, buffer storage, and HIUs to provide services. The entire facility is controlled using our in-house IHIU Control Systems that allow any of our products to be network connected, with online monitoring and dashboard facilities.

For a complete history of the company please read History of Thermal Integration Limited on Heatweb Wiki.

Product Range

  • Heat Interface Units
  • Standard Cylinders
  • Shortened Cylinders
  • Buffer Cylinders
  • Combination Cylinders
  • Mains Pressure Thermal Stores
  • Mains Hot Water Conversion Kits
  • Prefabricated Systems
  • Plate Heat Exchangers
  • Boiler Conversion Kits
  • Control Systems

Knowledge Base

To make the dissemination of technical material as simple as possible, we publish all our documentation through an online document storage system, the Heatweb Wiki. Links to further information may be found throughout documents.


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