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Primatic cylinder

A Primatic cylinder, alternatively a self-priming cylinder, is a type of indirect hot water cylinder in which the water for the central heating is separated from the domestic hot water by an air lock inside the heat exchanger. This is in contrast to … Continue reading

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Fortic & Primatic cylinders: what’s the difference?

The hot water cylinder is one of the most important components in your home. Hot water cylinders come in different types as well as in different sizes. But what’s the difference between a fortic tank and a primatic tank? The … Continue reading

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Hot water cylinder

The hot water cylinder, often referred to as the hot water tank, is a vessel designed for heating and storing hot water for use in the home. It is typically made out of copper, and has a concave base for structural integrity. The … Continue reading

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