everflo Stainless 300L Indirect Unvented Hot Water Storage Cylinder & Kit

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EVERFLO INDIRECT 300 Litre


Everflo Indirect cylinders are designed to heat up quickly and to retain their heat for long periods. From single shower water heating to meeting hot water demands for sports pavilions – we have the hot water solution for your needs. 

Indirect cylinders are designed for use with traditional boiler (gas, oil or electric). They also have immersion heater's fitted for a back-up heating. 

 Features and benefits



  • Designed to heat water using gas, oil or electric boilers

  • Range of sizes from 90 to 300 litres

  • Suitable for both domestic and small commercial use

  • Feature an immersion heater fitted for back up heating

  • Duplex stainless steel for ultimate peace of mind

  • 50mm-thick environmentally friendly CFC and HCFC-free polyurethane foam lagging for low standing heat loss

  • 25 year fully transferable guarantee against faulty materials and manufacture on the stainless steel inner container

  • Low standing heat loss

  • Low running costs

Components and connections



  • 22mm hot water draw-off

  • 22mm cold feed

  • 2x 22mm internal coil connections

  • Temperature relief valve

  • Imersion heater 3kw

  • Secondry immersion heater 3kw (250L, 300L, 400L & 500L only)

  • Secondry return (210L, 250L, 300L, 400L & 500L only)

  • Dual thermostat

  • 1x two port zone valve

  • Tundish

  • Inlet control set

  • 25L expansion vessel


 


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Weight
60.0kg
Manufacturer
Everflo
Manufacturer Product Number
EF-EN300
EAN
5034499104326
Manufacturers Warranty
25 Year (Subject to Manufacturers T&C's)
Cylinder Type
Unvented
Cylinder Material
Stainless steel Cylinder
Water capacity (Litres)
300 Litres
Height (Metric)
2032mm
Width (Metric)
550mm
Manufacturers brochure PDF File
User Guide File
Unvented-Technical-Data_24.pdf
Installation PDF File
Product Questions
How do I know if I need a vented or unvented copper storage cylinder? I have Economy 7 tariff.
The type of cylinder required depends on the your system setup. If the cylinder is fed by a cold water loft tank then you will require a vented cylinder. Whereas if you the cylinder is fed directly from the mains water in to the property then you will require an unvented cylinder.
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Are your products guaranteed?

Yes all our products come with a guarantee.

Guarantees or warranties vary, by product and manufacturer.

All our products are guaranteed for a minimum of 1 year (radiators 10 years, copper tube 25 years) but many offer longer warranties from the manufacturer, which you may need to register for.

On each product, under the specification tab, you will find more information on the guarantee or Warranty.

Follow links through to various manufacturers sites, as each manufacturer will have its own terms and conditions for qualifying for longer warranties.

You do not want to miss out by getting the wrong installer for some boilers etc.

As Boilers and radiators are installed by third parties, they do have to install in compliance with regulations and manufacturer standards to get the full benefit of the warranty.

As long as these ar fulfilled, you will get the maximum life and support from your new purchase.

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What is the difference between a Vented and an Unvented Cylinder?

The main difference between a vented and unvented water storage cylinder is that an unvented hot water cylinder takes its water supply directly from the mains.

Whereas a vented cylinder is connected to a water tank by a vent pipe

You can get hot water out of an unvented cyinder at a much better pressure than a traditional vented cylinder as it is pressurised.

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Can your everflo Stainless 120L Direct Unvented Hot Water Storage Cylinder and kit be installed using a mains cold water supply?

All unvented work on mains pressure.

A G3 Regulations kit is always required which is what we supply with the cylinder.

They should only be used on cold water mains supply.

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