The new Beretta range retains the distinguishing features of its predecessor in terms of reliability and user-friendliness, while adding many important and innovative ones: from the new primary heat-exchanger in stainless steel, to the new touchpad interface up to the hydraulic DIN connections.
With CIAO X Beretta enhances the research of higher comfort and innovation in the respect of the environment, which has always represented one of the assets of the brand, since its origins. This renewed energy consciousness translates into high efficiency, low consumption and a high modulation ratio (1:8), that combined with the flexibility of installation, compact size and low weight, allow to place CIAO X at the top of its category.
But what’s more, CIAO X thinks ahead for future generations. The new range can already process a mixture of hydrogen up to 20%, the sustainable energy source that will be the real ecological turning point in the coming years.
QUICK AND STABLE
CIAO X features a modern and linear design, which blends easily into any setting.
The compact dimensions and low weight allow the product to be easily installed anywhere, not only inside the house, but also recessed in box or outdoors, in a partially protected space. CIAO X is therefore also ideal for the replacement of old boilers, both with DIN or with Beretta connection sequence, thanks to the availability of accessory kits that simplify the conversion.
A wide range of accessories complete the offer of CIAO X: flue kit, compact water filters (softener and magnetic) and hydraulic connections cover, making installation easier and harmonising integration in both indoor and outdoor environments.
One of the main distinguishing characteristics of the new CIAO X is the digital touchpad interface, combining innovative design and features with user-friendliness.
By a simple touch on 7 points of the panel, it is possible to access in an intuitive way all the settings and parameters of the boiler and the system.
Each touch activates a buzzer, that generates an acoustic feedback as a confirmation of the operation.
The LCD display communicates with the user and installer through icons, without using texts, so as to allow an immediate understanding of the displayed function.
FRONTAL ACCESS TO COMPONENTS
REDUCED WAITING TIMES
In the combi models, the high-performance plate heat exchanger, developed by Beretta, connected to the primary circuit of the hot water, allows to warm up the DHW in an instantaneous way, without the need of any external tank.
The new optimized heat-exchanger has been conceived to obtain the best performance and maximum comfort for the end-user in terms of temperature stability and reduced waiting times. These pluses, which place the product at the top of its category, translate finally into respect for the environment, saving water and energy.
CIAO X features a high efficiency condensing heat exchanger in stainless steel, compact and robust. It is made of a coiled smooth tube with a large section, ensuring optimized efficiency of the combustion and cleanness over time. The stainless-steel quality provides high resistance to corrosion, deriving from acid condensate. The large section of the tube and its geometry as a unique coil ensure a constant flow and prevent intrinsically from clogging. The frontal access to heat exchanger enables ease of maintenance and cleaning of the combustion chamber
This feature makes CIAO X ideal for installation indoor, even for replacement in a kitchen.
The new condensing range, in fact, is designed to operate with mixtures of natural gas and hydrogen - up to 20% - in line with the environmental sustainability objectives and the decarbonisation process started by the European Union.
THE CYCLE OF HYDROGEN USE
Hydrogen is a safe and clean gas, available in huge quantities in nature. Mixed with natural gas up to a ratio of 20 to 80%, hydrogen allows to generate heat and hot water, helping to minimise polluting emissions. From the combustion of oxygen and hydrogen, and in the amount of the latter, water vapour is generated: in this way hydrogen turns back to water, its most common source, and reintroduced into nature.