Nacl, the maker of the crown boiler in Australia, will be replaced by Crown boiler in 2018, according to a company spokeswoman.
The company, which produces more than 20 million crowns per day, is also moving to a new boilers, the spokeswoman said.
Nacl’s boiler is based on the crown and has a capacity of 3,600 litres, or 2.5 quarts.
Crown boiler owners will not need to pay for a replacement, Ms Mutch said.
She said the company had taken the decision because of the ongoing challenges in Australia and the costs of replacing crown boiler.
“We know that crown boiler owners have to contend with the ongoing financial challenge as well as a large number of customers who do not want to pay up for the replacement,” Ms Mutter said.
“The cost of the replacement of the Crown boiler is expected to be around $10 million.”
The Crown boiler was introduced in the early 2000s to reduce carbon emissions from the heating industry.
In 2018, the Government introduced a $60 million program to build a new, much larger Crown boiler.
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