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33 Litre Copper Header Tank with Copper with Copper Ball Cock Valve

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Availability: In stock

Regular Price: £199.00

Special Price £149.00

Quick Overview

30 Litre Copper Header Tank - for a "vented" heating system where a header tank is required.


Height: 290mm


Diameter: 495mm


Weight: 7kg


Includes Copper Ball Cock and Valve and Rigid Dust Cover


Comes supplied complete with Ball Cock, cold water valve and plastic high temp dust cover

Details

32 Litre Copper Header Tank with Copper Ball Cock and Valve

Ideally suited for vented hot water systems, in conjunction with a Solid Fuel appliance / stove.

When using a stove with back boiler on a vented heating system, there is a risk that the hot water could boil up to the header tank and make the water in the header tank hot, even to a temperature close to boiling point. Traditional header tanks are made from plastic that can fold in and collapse when they become hot. The results can be serious in that the hot water will literally fall out of the header tank and where the header tank is located in a loft or upstairs area, damage and or injury can occur. A copper header tank will not melt or collapse if the water within the tank becomes hot, they are therefore a much safer option than a traditional plastic header tank. 

Please note that we sell all types of flue pipe and fittings. We also offer a free chimney and flue pipe design and quotation service..

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