Versatile range of hot water cylinders

Published:  01 November, 2013

MHS Boilers, hot water cylinders, DHW

A range of highly versatile cylinders from MHS Boilers is suitable for use with traditional boiler systems, heat pumps and solar applications. The Maxis range is made from boiler-quality steel and internally coated with glass-lined enamelling. Cylinders are available in single- and twin-coil versions with capacities from 800 to 2500 l. The range also includes potable buffer vessels with capacities from 800 to 3000 l.

All cylinders have dual thermostats for user-adjustable temperature control from 30 to 80°C. They also include a manually resettable high-energy cut-out thermostat set at 90°C.

Maxis cylinders are factory fitted with magnesium anodes to provide corrosion protection during the first installation phase or if the power fails. As an alternative, a powered active-anode kit is available, which reduces maintenance.

All units can be provided with a matched unvented kit for use with mains-fed or boosted water supplies.

The range also includes potable-hot-water buffer vessels for use with plate heat exchangers or director-fired water heaters to deliver flows of up to 3.2 l/s.

100 mm of insulation is prefitted on units up to 1000 l and supplied separately for larger units for ease of handling on site.

For more information on this story, click here: Nov 2013, 177

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