About Heatrae Sadia Supreme
Heatrae Sadia, a subsidiary of Baxi heating, is the UK's biggest manufacturer of electric water heaters. It offers a comprehensive range, but is best known for its point-of-use water boilers which are popular in catering environments and workplaces, and primarily used for conveniently making individual hot beverages.
The company started out in Norwich in 1920 as Electric Fires, which became Heatrae in 1934. It began to specialise in water heating appliances after the acquisition of manufacturer Duncan Low in 1960, and would acquire Sadia Water Heaters in 1974. In 1977, Sadia moved its manufacturing to Norwich, and the company became Heatrae Sadia.
The Heatrae Sadia Supreme is a superior boiler designed to supply instant boiling water, and has built-in water conditioning and intelligent temperature management. It is designed to be wall-hung and permanently plumbed into the mains supply. The range includes large boilers suitable for high-volume catering environments, and the smaller boilers are perfect for the staff room or a small shop.
Spares are not supplied by the company for boilers more than eight years old, so owners of older designs may be particularly interested in hard-to-find spares. Accessories available for the Heatrae Sadia Supreme include digital timers, drip trays with our without an waste outlet designed to be plumbed in, and water filters. Counter stands are for use where there's not enough wall space to hang the boiler, and additional taps can be added for high-use situations like cafes, where more than one person might need to access boiling water at the same time.