EOGB is celebrating the tenth anniversary of the launch of its British made XSeries oil burner range, which has seen steady double-digit year-on-year growth, since it first hit the market in 2005. In the year it was launched, Tony Blair was Prime Minister, MG Rover Group went into administration, Malcolm Glazer gained control of Manchester United, England won The Ashes, Northern Ireland said farewell to footballer George Best and ‘chip and pin’ arrived in the UK.
Whilst much has changed since the launch of the original XSeries, every XSeries oil burner continues to be engineered and manufactured at the company’s manufacturing facility in St Neots, Cambridgeshire. A wide range of outputs is available from 14kW, up to 100kW. The burner range has found popularity among installers and technicians as a high quality replacement for domestic and light commercial heating oil boilers due to their reliability, ease of maintenance and its ability to readily fit the majority of boiler enclosures.
As a result of its success, the range has been extended and today provides specialist, low voltage solutions for a wide range of applications such as for road maintenance and field kitchens for the Army.
Paul Barritt, EOGB’s Managing Director says, “We’re really pleased with the impact the XSeries range has had in industry over the last ten years. We now work with over 200 stockists across the UK and the XSeries burners are often the product of choice for engineers due to their high quality and effort-free installation and maintenance.”
The XSeries range of burners consists of three models: the X400, X500 and X600, which all come with a 12 month warranty. The company is currently developing an ultra-efficient low NOx addition to the series which is expected to be launched before the end of the year.