Monthly Archives: November 2015

Byelaw 30 and Byelaw 60 kits

Byelaw 30 kits and Byelaw 60 kits consist of a set of components designed to protect the water in a cistern from contamination. They are intended for potable water cisterns, such as the cold water storage cistern in the loft. … Continue reading

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Feed and expansion tank

The feed and expansion tank, header tank, or feed and expansion cistern as it is technically known, is a cistern which supplies the central heating circuit with water and accommodates the expansion of the water when it is heated by … Continue reading

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Overflow pipe leaking: why is it leaking & how to fix it

An overflow pipe leaking or dripping is due to water entering a cistern when it shouldn’t, either via the ball valve or via the outlet pipes at the bottom. In most cases, it’s due to a faulty ball valve. Overflow … Continue reading

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