cylinders

Will new Part L regs ensure boilers with cylinders will condense?

Kimbo Betty  – Owner of Heating Acadedemy Northampton – looks at what the new Part L regulations mean for low-temperature heating for cylinder systems. The recent InstallerSHOW was very well attended by both exhibitors and visitors, and coincided with a long overdue uplift in Part L building regulations. But despite all the claims of saving […]

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The importance of servicing hot water cylinders

OSO Hotwater Managing Director, Stuart Elsy, looks at the importance of servicing hot water cylinders: We all know that boilers must be serviced annually but did you know it’s also essential to annually service and maintain your Unvented Hot Water Cylinder? Quite often homeowners are mistaken for not servicing their Hot Water Cylinder as its […]

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6 ways heating and plumbing engineers can maximise space for their customers

The average size of a new British home has shrunk by 20% since the 1970s. Dubbed ‘shoebox Britain’ by one national newspaper, the ever-increasing squeeze on space has left us with the smallest homes in Europe. Richard Harvey, Commercial Director of Plumbing and Heating at Wolseley Plumb & Parts looks at the ways in which installers […]

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Gledhill launches new Gledhill Platinum range

Gledhill has announced the launch of the new Gledhill Platinum range, the Unvented Internal Expansion Hot Water Cylinder designed to make installers’ lives easier. Manufactured from high specification duplex stainless steel, Gledhill’s Platinum range is designed to eliminate the requirement for an external expansion vessel, providing the perfect solution to restricted space and enabling quicker […]

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How cylinders are evolving to improve efficiency

George Linder, Product Manager for cylinders at Heatrae Sadia, explores the future of cylinders and how the USER project has the potential to make these reliable heating solutions even smarter as well as helping to balance the national grid. Although cylinders haven’t changed a great deal over recent years, developments are now being made due […]

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