In this article we will be covering system boilers. To the normal person it can still be confusing when choosing the right type of boiler for their needs, a system boiler is one of the main three types used today.
A system boiler is quite similar to an open vent boiler, it takes up more space as it has 2 tanks. The principle behind system boilers is to store hot water. A large amount of the individual parts of the hot water and heating are built in to a system boiler. This means they don’t need a feed or expansion cistern. If you have a pressurized hot water cylinder you won’t require a hot water tank, if not you will need one. If you have a large demand for hot water i.e. a modern family home a system boiler is ideal as every meter of space for storage is needed.
The benefits of system boilers.
- There’s always plenty of hot water so many faucets can be used at the same time.
- There’s no need for an expansion tank in the attic.
- If you have a pressurized water cylinder you won’t need a tank in the loft either.
- Perfect for a big property with high hot water requirements.
- As there are only a few parts outside the boiler it’s easy to install. This makes it quick, easy and efficient.
- It has a fast response and economical running costs as the pump is integrated in system boilers.
The negatives of system boilers.
- It’s larger so it will take up more room than a combi boiler.
- There is a limit on the hot water as per the size of your cylinder. You may try running a bath and find you have to wait for more water to heat.
- You can still lose heat to the surrounding areas from the cylinder meaning it’s not as energy efficient.
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