Combi boiler incorporates 42 litres of hot-water storage

Published:  06 July, 2011

Glow-worm, combi boiler, DHW

Glow-worm’s Ultracom2 35 Store is a high-efficiency combi boiler that combines the benefits of a system store and combi boiler in one package. It can serve properties of four to five bedrooms with a high demand for hot water. The flow rate is 19.7 l/min at a 35 K temperature rise. Available as a 35 kW model, this boiler includes two 21 litre insulated cylinders with a reheat time of less than five minutes.

Improved combustion technology makes the boiler quiet when it is running. It also includes a 12 litre expansion vessel and a particle filter that can be removed for system cleaning.

These boilers come with Glow-worm’s 2-year parts and labour warranty.

For more information on this story, click here: July 2011, 101

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