Gas Boiler


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Gas Boiler

  1. 1. GAS<br />BOILER<br />
  2. 2. A gas boiler as the name suggests is a boiler that uses natural gas as its fuel source. <br />The boiler is used to heat water in very much the same way as any other style of boiler, the key difference being that it is gas powered. <br />
  3. 3. Gas boiler may allow significant savings, to be made on the costs of domestic heating and hot water when compared to other fuels such as oil, coal or LPG ("Liquid Petroleum Gas").<br />Indeed high efficiency "condensing" gas boiler which employ an additional heat exchanger to make use of the extra heat generated when exhaust gas turns to liquid may convert into useful heat.<br />
  4. 4. Gas boiler can provide immediate hot water and controllable heating for your home or business premises without the need to store or order fuel. <br />
  5. 5. Gas Boiler can be wall-mounted and open-vented. They also serve domestic hot water systems. They typically cost less than one thousand pounds per piece.<br />
  6. 6. Gas boiler usually have a high energy efficiency rate and are compact and have low weight. <br />Good quality gas boiler can also serve as an aesthetically pleasing addition to your home. <br />Gas boiler are a necessity when it comes to getting through cold winter climates.<br />
  7. 7. When a Gas Boiler Go Wrong………<br />Gas boiler breakdowns are inconvenient and can leave you counting the cost, thus can cause all sorts of nightmares- no hot water for the bath or shower, no hot water for washing up and no central heating to keep you and your family warm. In the event of such an unfortunate emergency, many people find themselves taking pot luck with a local plumber or heating engineer and running the risk of long delays and unreasonably high costs. <br />
  8. 8. Basic Parts of a Gas Boiler <br />Look at all the things that can go wrong….. <br />
  9. 9. There are numerous types of gas boiler and as such, they are not restricted to one model. This creates a flexibility to install in any home, catering for various user requirements and preferences. The usual varying factors influencing the choice of boiler are spare space in the home and whether or not there is a need for an immediate hot water supply. <br />
  10. 10. Types of Gas Boiler <br />Gas boiler is largely to be grouped into three predominant and differentiating categories:<br />Regular Boiler <br />Firstly, the regular boiler, often referred to as the 'conventional' boiler, is the system indicative of more traditional boilers which would previously have been installed as standard. <br />This type of gas boiler would be best placed in a home where water pressure is low or a home that has more than two bathrooms.<br />
  11. 11. Combi Boiler <br />This can be contrasted with the second type of gas boiler: the combi boiler, whose developed space-saving design makes it more ideal for homes that have very little loft-space or simply no need for instantaneous hot water supply.<br />This method saves significantly on hot water costs as there is no constant hot water supply, rather it is provided, as it were, on demand.<br />
  12. 12. System Boiler <br />The third element of this trio of gas boilers is the system boiler. <br />This is largely rather similar to the regular boiler, however, it has incorporated some key technological changes which aid the efficiency of the installation process and allow the boiler to integrate more simply into a house where the previous boiler is being replaced. <br />This development creates lower running costs, as the boiler itself provides hot water on demand, but without the need for a storage cylinder, as with the regular boiler.<br />
  13. 13. GASBOILER<br />