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Heating system type

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by dingodeano, 5 Feb 2013.

  1. dingodeano

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    Hello what would you call the following system?
    Boiler (oil)
    Programmer
    Pump
     
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    Any more info

    Vented system ?
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    What else do you need?
     
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    Oh there's no hot water. Just used for heating. No motorised valves. No cylinder.
     
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    A oil fired central heating system maybe :?:
     
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    Ok. Would it have a plan type ?
     
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