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Free trial shows benefits of connected boiler control

Housing associations and social housing providers are being offered a free trial of a new technology from Vericon Systems to see first hand the financial and operational benefits of monitoring a boiler’s health and status remotely.

BCM:Connect is an intelligent device that not only monitors a boiler’s condition in real time, but also predicts when it might fail. It enables landlords and M&E providers to plan forward maintenance and/or increase the likelihood of a first-time fix should an engineer be needed on site, while avoiding costly and unexpected failures.

Bernard Cook, managing director at Vericon Systems, says his team is offering housing providers a chance to trial the technology at no cost for 90 days and without any future commitment: “We want them to experience first-hand how remote diagnostics and monitoring can significantly reduce the need for engineer call-outs, reduce costs and give tenants a better service.”

The 90-day trial includes five BCM:Connect devices, unlimited access to the VS:Connect Portal, and full product training and support for the duration.

 

27 May 2020

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