Use Hot Water Pressurized Tanks for Proper Hot Water Pressure
Since their successful introduction to the UK market back in the 80s, pressurized water heating systems, alternatively known as unvented cylinders, have proven to be very popular. They are winning hearts both with the general public and the plumbing and heating industry. As an additional confirmation of their success, in 2007 unvented systems accounted for the first time for 50% of the hot water systems installed in the UK.
Unvented systems make a far better solution for water pressure compared with traditional hot water systems. In traditional domestic systems, the water feeder tank, normally positioned in the loft is responsible for filling the hot water tank and building up the pressure in the system. However, the feeder tank is rarely high enough to build enough of a head to create substantial pressure. This leads, for example, to an annoying