Intergas Heating

We are a Dutch boiler manufacturer with a 50-year history of making ground-breaking advances in boiler technology. Our aim has always been to increase energy efficiency and reliability, while lowering emissions and energy bills for our customers. And we’ve been very successful at doing this thanks to an ingenious feature of every Intergas boiler: the two-in-one heat exchanger, the heart of the boiler. Its design is so innovative it has never been changed since its 1996 launch and remains in a class of its own. For you the benefits are many. By only having one heat exchanger, it is more efficient at using less fuel to generate the required heat output than other boilers. In fact our boilers routinely lower emissions by 20% and shave up to a further 5% off energy bills over all other condensing boilers in the UK. If you’re looking for a boiler that won’t let you down (the heat exchanger has never had a single mechanical failure) but operates at the very highest level of efficiency year in, year out, then please take a look at our range of revolutionary boilers.

Intergas, part of Rheem

Intergas joins Rheem’s Global Water Division, expanding its water heating and boiler portfolio for both residential and commercial applications to meet demands in Europe and additional markets worldwide. On 31st May 2019, Rheem acquired Intergas, through its group entity, Paloma Rheem Global, Inc. Intergas, a leading manufacturer of high-efficiency gas boilers and water heaters for the residential market, is renowned for its state-of-the-art boiler technology.

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50 years experience in boiler technology

The invention of the two-in-one Double High Efficiency heat exchanger in 1996 revolutionised boiler technology. Now, for the first time, a combination high efficiency boiler, with significantly fewer components than any other product on the market, was available. Its innovative design eliminated the need for a secondary domestic hot water plate heat exchanger, diverter valve and auto-air vent, all significant sources of possible future component failure.