Grant releases timeline video of Company’s history

To mark nearly four decades of being involved in the heating industry, Grant Engineering have released a video timeline which follows the Company’s history and product innovations over the past forty years.

Grant Engineering’s latest video available to view online

This video, which was unveiled at the ISH exhibition in Frankfurt at the beginning of March, showcases the range of Grant’s award-winning products which have been heating homes for generations. Founded in 1978 by Stephen Grant, Grant Engineering’s range of products have evolved and expanded over the years, establishing the Company as a market leader in the off-gas heating industry.

From its earliest products launched in the late 1970s through to its latest product offerings, Grant Engineering has always strived to produce reliable heating appliances which are easy for engineers to install and maintain, and simple for homeowners to use. The timeline follows Grant’s product developments, from the early Euroflame slimline oil boilers through to the renowned Vortex range, the first condensing oil boilers launched in the UK and Ireland years ahead of any mandatory legislation.

In addition to the oil boilers, the video also follows Grant’s development in the renewables market, launching its range of solar thermal products in 2006, its first generation of Aerona air source heat pumps in 2010, and its condensing wood pellet boiler range which debuted the following year. These product ranges expanded over the subsequent years, establishing Grant as a trusted brand in the renewable sector as well.

The timeline concludes by summarising the array of products that Grant Engineering has introduced over the past eighteen months, including the VortexBlue oil boiler range, the Aerona³ inverter driven air source heat pumps, and the VortexAir oil boiler/air source heat pump hybrid, the first of its kind in the UK and Ireland.

This succession of product launches is not set to stop either with Grant Engineering’s manufacturing plant in Ireland currently undergoing further expansion. As hinted at within the video, UK, Irish and European markets will see new additions join Grant’s product portfolio over the coming year.

To view the video, please visit Grant UK’s YouTube channel by clicking here

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