Hot Water Cylinders and Their Variations

There are many variations of hot water cylinders and you might not know how all of them operate; Discounted Heating have compiled a guide of the different types and what they do.
Feb. 4, 2013 - PRLog -- The hot water cylinder in your home is what enables the flow of central heating and hot water throughout your home. These cylinders are engineered to an incredible degree of accuracy and precision and there are a range of different types to chose from. To help you out with the variations, we’ve compiled a quick and easy guide to the different kinds and what they do.
Unvented Hot Water Cylinders

An unvented hot water cylinder runs off the mains water supply, the pressure from the mains is what allows for the hot water to be distributed throughout the property (meaning you won’t need a header tank).

Unvented cylinders give out a higher rate of hot water flow and so can provide a higher water pressure for showers etc.  As unvented cylinders don’t need a feeder tank, you not only save on loft space but it also means that the cylinder can be located in a wider number of places within your home.

If you'd like to find out more about other variations, please visit our blog to find the full article:
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