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The Grant Vortex Pro Kitchen/Utility Oil Regular Boiler range are a floor standing internal oil boiler ideal for a variety of properties without a mains gas supply and a high demand for hot water. The Vortex Pro kitchen/Utility Oil Regular Boilers have been designed to fit into a kitchen cupboard providing a discreet installation. Also the Vortex Pro Kitchen/Utility Oil Regular Boilers are fitted with the unique Grant Vortex stainless steel condensing heating exchanger and tubular baffle system providing high efficiency central heating. The Vortex Pro Kitchen/Utility Oil Regular Boiler range has been upgraded to be used with a range of optional plug-in programmers and wireless programmers for greater control and comfort.
At Boilers2go we recommend the Grant Vortex Pro 46/58 Kitchen/Utility Oil Regular Boiler for large properties in off gas areas with a high demand for hot water and heating. Also the Vortex Pro 46/58 Kitchen/Utility Oil Regular Boiler is a condensing boiler able to help users reduce their fuel bills and carbon emissions by reclaiming latent heat from the flue gases resulting in reduced fuel consumption. In addition the Vortex Pro 46/58 Kitchen/Utility Oil Regular Boiler comes with a 2 year manufacturer's warranty for peace of mind.
Speedfit 22mm x 50M Barrier Pipe Coil
In a closed hot water circuit water cannot be compressed so any expansion in volume, created by an increase in temperature, needs to be accommodated by the expansion vessel. When the water is cold the pre-charge pressure forces the membrane sack, within the vessel, to collapse until the pump is started when the sack starts to inflate. As the temperature in the hot water circuit increases, resulting in the expansion of the water within the circuit, the expanded water enters the sack creating additional volume and lowering the pressure in the hot water circuit. As the water temperature drops the pre-charge pressure force the water from the sack back into the hot water circuit.