Gledhill Stainless Platinum Unvented 150 Litre Cylinder - Indirect

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Gledhill Stainless Platinum Unvented 150 Litre Cylinder - Indirect
Gledhill Stainless Platinum Unvented 150 Litre Cylinder - Indirect
  • Use with gas or oil boilers, either sealed system or open vented
  • High specification duplex stainless steel
  • 90 degree elbow for quick installation
  • 3kW incoloy 825 immersion heater for use as a primary heat source
  • Lift up temperature and pressure relief valve for easier drain down
  • Corrugated StainlessLite Supercoil for faster recovery times
  • Aligned tapping positions for ease of installation
  • 25 year warranty

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    An unvented cylinder for use with a conventional boiler and electric

    Available in 6 sizes ranging from 120 litres to 300 litres, with the largest model capable of satisfying the hot water demands of a property with 3 bathrooms and 3 separate shower rooms.

    Manufactured from high specification duplex stainless steel, Gledhill’s Stainless Platinum is designed to eliminate the requirement for an external expansion vessel, providing the perfect solution to restricted space.

    The indirect range has a high efficiency corrugated tube coil which is connected to a conventional boiler to heat the cylinder of water. The coil’s corrugated design gives much faster recovery times than can be achieved with plain tube coils.

    All models have a temperature and pressure relief valve which is factory set at 6 bar and 95 degrees celsius.

    Technical specifications

    Capacity136 L
    Diameter550 mm
    Erp ratingB
    Heat up time29 min
    Height1118 mm
    Number of Immersions1
    Secondary returnNo
    Weight (Empty)31 Kg
    Weight (Full)167 Kg

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