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    What is a sealed heating system and how does it work?

    Heating Engineers

    Hi there, what is a sealed heating system and how does it work? Should I consider having one installed?

    Asked by Simon on 16th Nov 2021
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    Scott wilson plumbing and heating

    "A sealed heating system is when you remove header tank and fit an expansion veiling and filling to close up the system"

    Answered on 16th Nov 2021 - Member since Jun 2019 - report
    Fast Plumbing & Heating N4 ltd

    "It is completely closed system. A sealed heating system has a filling loop connected to the main water supply via a flexible pipe. This is used to fill the system to set pressure. Usually 1 to 1.5 bar pressure when the system is cold there is a pressure gauge on the system to show the operating pressure"

    Answered on 16th Nov 2021 - Member since May 2020 - report
    LH Plumbing and Heating Services

    "Hi Simon

    In short, engineers go to college alongside an apprenticeship for a minimum of 4 years to learn this so i believe it would be difficult for anyone to explain this to you without any prior experience or knowledge.

    Your question also isn't specific enough as you could be referring to multiple factors in which an untrained person may be attempting to attain information.

    I would advise employing an engineer to discuss any work you may require undertaking.

    Kind regards
    LHPlumbing and heating services"

    Answered on 16th Nov 2021 - Member since Nov 2020 - report
    MY flame

    "A sealed heating system has a “filling loop” connected to the mains water supply via a flexible pipe. This is used to fill the system to a set pressure, usually 1 to 1.5 bar pressure when the system is cold. There is also a pressure gauge on the system to show the operating pressure."

    Answered on 16th Nov 2021 - Member since Oct 2020 - report

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