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Storage Combi's?

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by sturharv, 21 May 2008.

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    What is a good ‘storage’ combi out there?
    I know Alpha do the CD50 but don’t know how reliable their boilers are
     
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    The Alpha is good. What type of storage combi? floor or wall mounted?

    Glow Worm do a wall mounted as do Vaillant, but their vessel is small. ACV do a very good quality wall mounted one.

    For floor mounted, Viessmann, Worcester Bosch, ACV HeatMaster, Gledhill, Powermax (avoid as by Pott). Atmos do a very good one as well.

    The Mikrofil Ethos is not storage but has a high flowrate and can go on a wall and is small.

    I'm sure others can add to the list.

    Ever considered a high flow multi-point like the Rinnai or Andrews and a small CH system boiler?
     
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    Cheers, I had considered a Rinnai or similar with a sep boiler, but the hw load is quite small and a storage combi will be sufficient. Also two gas appliances = two annual services! It will be wall mounted.
     
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