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Viessmann Vitodens 050-W combination only boiler

Entry-level boiler

The entry level gas boiler in the Viessmann range is the Vitodens 050-W combination only boiler.

Perfect for those on a budget it is ideally suited for flats, apartments and small homes, whether new build or modernisations.

The Vitodens 050-W offers good value for money and comes with a free upgrade from three years to seven years on your parts and labour warranty if supplied and installed by Clarity.

You could also continue to use your existing controls (or replace them if you wish) if you have a volt free option. If you need to replace your old and unreliable wall mounted combination boiler this could be the option for you.

The Vitodens 050-W boiler comes in either natural gas or LPG fuel options (conversion kit required).

At a glance:

  • Ultra Compact – Just 707mm in height
  • DHW output ratings of 5.9 to 35 kW
  • High quality stainless steel Inox-Radial heat exchanger
  • Integral instantaneous water heater
  • High efficiency – up to 97% (Hs) [gross cv]
  • Low CO2 emissions for reduced environmental impact
  • Digital user interface with LCD display for easy operation
  • Optional room thermostats, plug in time clock and wireless receiver
  • Up to 7 year extended warranty available
  • Class A rated for energy efficiency
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