Megaflo gets slimmer

Published:  05 January, 2016

Heatrae, Sadia, Megaflo, DHW, domestic hot water

Heatrae Sadia has developed a slimmer version of its Megaflo hot-water cylinder. Megaflo Eco Slimline is designed for homes where space for a hot-water storage cylinder is limited, such as airing cupboards being too small for a standard cylinder or hot-water storage being located in a built-in wardrobe.

Although slimmer, the new cylinders are taller, so they store the same amount of hot water as a standard cylinder.

Megaflo Eco Slimline has an internal expansion system, making for a faster and neater installation.

These cylinders are available in capacities from 100 to 190 l as direct and indirect versions.

The internal cylinder will have a lifetime warranty, including on-site parts and labour.

It will be available from April 2016.

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