Stainless-steel cylinders deliver mains-pressure hot water

Published:  05 August, 2007

redring

Redring’s Aqualoy stainless-steel range of large unvented water storage heaters incorporate a low-noise immersion heater in response to customer demand and can deliver a flow of 55 l/min. They can supply a shower without the need for a separate pump.

These cylinders supply mains-fed hot water for residential or light-commercial properties.

Cylinders are made using advanced TIG welding techniques and come with a 25-year guarantee.

All electrical connections are on the front, and all ancillaries come as standard.



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