The boiler adopts an environmentally friendly combustion method - full premixed combustion, and the gas and air are precisely adjusted and premixed in advance to ensure more complete combustion.
The boiler adopts a double-drum longitudinal "D" type arrangement structure; water, steam or steam-water mixture flows in the pipe; flame burns and flue gas flows outside the pipe, forming extremely fast steam-water.
· What to do if your boiler has low pressure Once you know that the drop in pressure hasnt been caused by a leak or a leak has been fixed you can re-pressurise your boiler to bring it back to the normal level (1 bar) check the instructions that came with your boiler to find out the boiler pressure recommended by the
Reasons why you have low boiler pressure Usually low boiler pressure comes from two main issues: Releasing water from your central system can lead to a pressure loss
· A boiler can lose pressure for multiple reasons it can be due to a leak in the pressure relief valve an issue in the expansion vessel air in the system or a leak in the heating pipework If your boiler pressure gauge is showing that your boiler pressure is when it means its too low and that it needs to be increased to
· The green 1 15 bar is the safe spot where you want to be If you are hitting over 25 then you have too much pressure in your boiler If you are you have low boiler pressure While gauges will go higher in most cases a boiler will shut off or breakdown if the boiler pressure is rising to 3
The most common reason for your gas boiler pressure being too low is either or radiator How to find a water leak It is not always easy to find a water leak in your system as there will often be pipework that is not visible
· If the needle is below 1 in the red zone your boiler may have lost water causing low pressure If this is the case your central heating system isnt working efficiently If the pressure gauge reads above when the boiler is off you need to bring it down to around 15 bar
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