QHT Inc Introduces QRL Radiators
QHT Inc is now offering QRL Radiators along with their line of quality hydronic heating products.
QHT, Inc. is celebrating 34 years as manufacturers’ representatives for HVAC products, which are sold to wholesale distributors in the U.S. and Canada. QHT represents Biasi and Firebird boilers as well as Ecostyle radiators and has extensive inventory in their warehouse in Portsmouth NH.
Barlo Radiators, part of the QRL Radiator Group (also known as Quinn Radiators), are the proud UK manufacturer of the best performing steel panel radiators in the market and the only UK manufacturer of a complete range of designer radiators. QRL Radiator Group is also the only radiator manufacturer featured on the Energy Saving Trust Register!
Their radiators are produced at their factory in Newport, South Wales, which is the most advanced facility of its kind in Europe. Their unique technological advance, the 3rd generation radiators sets the industry standard for engineering, quality and innovation. For QRL, it doesn’t stop there: they are committed to pushing the boundaries of heating performance and continuing to invest in the very best products, processes and people. The QRL radiators range includes Ecostyle Plus and Compla panel radiators, as well as the QRL Design range of Ligna, Slieve and many others.
With better efficiency, the QRL’s unique third-generation technology is designed to keep heat output high, and costs low. Their extensive range means you’ll find something to match every budget, and all radiators hold a fifteen-year warranty.
About QHT, Inc.
Quincy Hydronic Technology, Inc. (QHT) of Portsmouth, New Hampshire, was founded in 1983 to be involved in the new energy conservation field of hydronic technology to improve the efficiencies and reduce the emissions found in the American heating equipment market. “Our idea was to provide the best in high performance boilers, burners and radiant heat products” noted Jim Quincy, founder of QHT. He added “we would enhance these systems by making them easily adaptable to the locally installed “pin-type” boilers and hot water baseboard systems that were and still are the predominant heating technology in North America.”