Indirect Copper Cylinders
Part L - 50mm Insulation

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Product Overview

Manufactured with 50mm insulation for compliance with Part L building regulations and in line with British Standard 1566 double feed cylinders for use in open vented hot water systems are available in a wide range of sizes to suit a maximum working head pressure of 20PSI.

These durable cylinders are designed to heat water using traditional gas, oil or electric boiler. Also available with gravity coils on request.

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Features and benefits

  • Available in a wide range of sizes
  • Capacities from 72 to 450 litres
  • Provide domestic hot water and space heating
  • 50mm of environmentally friendly CFC-free urethane foam lagging as standard for low standing heat loss
  • 2 year guarantee against manufacturing defects
Code Nominal
Cap. (L)
Height
(inches)
Dia.
(inches)
ErP
Rating
Standing
Loss (W)
PL3018IND28INS20ERP 96.5 30 18 C 53
PL3615IND28INS20ERP 87.5 36 15 C 50
PL3618IND28INS20ERP 122.5 36 18 C 66
PL4215IND28INS20ERP 105 42 15 C 57
PL4218IND28INS20ERP 146.5 42 18 C 73

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