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Sabien’s free pilot programme now covers M2G and EndoTherm

25 January 2017

Sabien Technology has announced the continuation, and expansion, of its popular no-commitment ‘Free Pilot’ programme, which now covers both M2G boiler load optimisation and the EndoTherm heating system additive.

The pilots will run through to April 2017, demonstrating the reductions in fuel consumption and the carbon savings that can be achieved through application of these technologies.

Pilot programmes are available for either product, or a combination of both. In all cases, Sabien will install the technology into up to three commercial buildings and provide measurement and verification, in line with IPMV, FREE of charge.

As part of your pilot package, we will also provide an estate wide commercial business case for deploying M2G and EndoTherm across your estate.

Measurement and verification is carried out in line with the International Protocol for the Measurement and Verification of Projects (IPMVP).

There is no commitment to enter into a commercial agreement with Sabien following the pilot.


M2G is a retrofit boiler load optimisation control that prevents boiler dry cycling and inherent and well-known problem with commercial and industrial boilers, regardless of their age and size.


EndoTherm is a commercial heating system additive that saves energy by improving the rate of heat transfer of the water by increasing the contact area surface on the "wet" side of boiler plant and system heat emitters.

For further information and to register your interest, please follow this link and select the appropriate programme.

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