Tag Archives: hot water cylinder

Turn off the hot water: how-to guide

Need to turn off the hot water? Whether you have a hot water cylinder or a combi boiler, this is normally a very straightforward task. In this article, we’ll discuss how to turn off the hot water in your home. … Continue reading

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Fortic cylinder

A Fortic cylinder or Fortic hot water tank; alternatively, a combination cylinder, is a vessel designed for heating and storing hot water. It’s typically made out of copper, with a layer of foam insulation on the outside. Unlike a standard … Continue reading

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Why is there hot water coming from the cold taps?

Hot water coming from the cold taps – it may seem bizarre, but it can and does happen. On some occasions it is due to a hopeless plumber – this author once encountered a toilet which had been plumbed into … Continue reading

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Drain the hot water cylinder: how-to guide

Need to drain the hot water cylinder? Whether you need to fit a new immersion heater or replace the cylinder altogether, it’s not a difficult task. However, unlike draining a cold water storage cistern, it cannot be done as easily … 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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