Gledhill Stainless Lite Direct Stainless Steel Unvented Solar Cylinder
Direct Cylinder - Heated by an electric immersion heater & solar coil only. Not suitable for connection to a Boiler.
Unvented Cylinder - Pressurised unit, fed directly from mains water. No header tank required.
Gledhill Stainless Lite direct unvented solar cylinders at PlumbNation are electrically heated cylinders with a high performance solar coil. They are supplied fitted with two 3kW immersion heaters which are BEAB approved for safety as recommended by the Electricity Council. The Gledhill unvented solar cylinder is an unvented cylinder manufactured from Duplex Stainless Steel that establishes new criteria for quality, performance and life. A high efficiency coil is positioned in the lower part of the Stainless Lite vessel to ensure maximum benefit of solar gain energy.
The Gledhill unvented solar cylinder provides powerful, mains pressure performance, and incorporates high flow rate controls, that are ideal for multi bathroom homes. The Gledhill Stainless unvented solar cylinder range is available as both Direct and Indirect, and come in a variety of models, ranging in sizes from 180 Litres to 400 Litres.
- Pressure tested in the factory to a full 12 bar which is four times the normal working pressure
- High heat transfer corrugated tube heat exchanger, allowing 20% faster recovery than plain tube
- After Sales Support
- 2 x Immersion Heaters
- Full installation/maintenance instructions
- Temperature and pressure relief valve
- Inlet control set
- 15mm/22mm tundish
- Espansion Vessel & Hose
- Wall Mounting bracket
- Produced using highest corrosion resistant Duplex Stainless Steel
- Up to 50% lighter than other stainless cylinders
- Models ranging from 90 Litre to 400 Litre
- Coil manufactured using corrugated tubing providing 20% better heat exchange
- Confidence in manufacturer, who have been producing cylinders since 1926.
- Compression fittings as standard
- One of the lowest heat loss of unvented cylinders
- Compatible of meeting the requirements of ADLI
Image shows Indirect version