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Is Pressurised tank for heating system correct

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by markyuk, 17 Jul 2017.

  1. markyuk

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    Hello
    I have a question regarding a pressurised tank in my central heating system.
    So the system is a normally system bolier with hot water tank and cold water tank.
    It is a pressurised system so on feed tank for CH.
    The question is where does the pressurised tank go in the system.
    At the moment it is in the feed from the 3 way valve to the rads is that right . As I have seen them fitted between the bolier and the pump .
    Just asking the question as just moved in to the house and just double checking every thing Is right.
    Thanks for the help.

    Mark
     
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    Your description is a bit confusing. When you say pressurised, do you mean the system is filled via a filling loop and there is a pressure gauge for you to see how much pressure is in the system?
     
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    Sorry yes that's it the red tank with a filling loop.
     
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    In that case,it's fine where it is.
     
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    Ok thanks just thought I check thanks very much
     
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