Indirect 136 0 X 450 Stainless Steel Vented Cylinder
This indirect 1360 x 450 stainless steel vented cylinder complete with foam lagging has a capacity of 206 litres which is the equivalent to the 1500 x 450 model in copper.
- All units come complete with 22mm compression nuts & olive for ease of fitting.
- Special incoloy immersion heater available separately.
- Capacity equivalent for a standard copper cylinder replacement.
- Tapping heights similar to British Standard 1566 so ideal for replacements.
- Any pipe rework would be minimal.
- Complies with Part L of Building Regulations.
- Insulation to Part L1B.
- Extended Cylinder connections so no insulation cutaway required, all connections fully insulated to further reduce heat loss.
- Not as high risk of theft as copper products.
- Secondary return fitted as standard.
- 10 year guarantee.
<h3>Yes all our products come with a guarantee.</h3> <p>Guarantees or warranties vary, by product and manufacturer.</p> <p>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.</p> <p>On each product, under the specification tab, you will find more information on the guarantee or Warranty.</p> <p>Follow links through to various manufacturers sites, as each manufacturer will have its own terms and conditions for qualifying for longer warranties.</p> <p>You do not want to miss out by getting the wrong installer for some boilers etc.</p> <p>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.</p> <p>As long as these ar fulfilled, you will get the maximum life and support from your new purchase.</p>
<p>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.</p> <p>Whereas a vented cylinder is connected to a water tank by a vent pipe</p> <p>You can get hot water out of an unvented cyinder at a much better pressure than a traditional vented cylinder as it is pressurised.</p>