Hot water tanks
Hot water tanks
You might be here because you’re wondering if your current system is the right one for you. If you’re thinking about changing your boiler system or if you’re just interested in how a heating system works, this post should help to answer your questions. We’ve covered how your hot water tank works, and the benefits of a hot water tank.
Hot water tanks store and supply heated water to both domestic and commercial properties. Hot water cylinders are essential for bathroom and kitchen use. The size or liter capacity of the hot water cylinder you need is dependent on both water demand and the size of your property; for homes with multiple bathroom facilities, a larger cylinder would be most suited.
What are the benefits of a hot water tank?
There are lots of benefits to having a hot water tank. Many people think a cylinder takes up precious space that could be used for something else. However, you’ve got the potential to put the cylinder in a cupboard and turn the space into an airing cupboard. An airing cupboard is an excellent place to store your clean towels, bedding, and clothes. A system with a hot water tank can cope with a high demand for hot water. If you’re a family of four or more, you may find this kind of system more practical than other alternatives.
Hot water tanks are extremely versatile. They allow for different ways of heating water (direct or indirect), but the water can also be heated more sustainably via solar power or biomass fuels. Also, a backup heat source can be included in an indirect cylinder if the boiler fails, so the chances of running out of hot water are reduced.
There is a range of cylinder types that cater to individual requirements. Still, the two distinct configurations are unvented, which works off mains water pressure, and vented, which makes use of a gravity-fed water tank located in your loft space. With a comprehensive collection from the leading manufacturers to choose from, we have a hot water cylinder for any installation.
A large range of floor standing tanks for production of domestic hot water, available with one or two heat exchangers. Suitable to cover the demands of single and multi-family residential buildings or industrial needs.
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