Ideal for when space is limited, this compact unit can be discreetly tucked away under sinks or inside a cupboard. These water heaters heat water on demand, close to the point of consumption thus removing energy loss through water being heated and not used. The Rho thermostatically controlled model ensures the temperature is controlled electronically and therefore accurately.
The Aquila is an instantaneous inline water heater suitable for handwashing for up to 2 basins or dishwashing at 1 sink. Hyco recommend to check that the flow rate and temperature performance is adequate enough for the unit before it is purchased.As well as the Hyco Aquila and Rho, Zip offer a range of instantaneous water heaters, take a look at one of our blogs for more information.
Speedflow water heaters are perfect for cloakrooms, kitchen offices, student accommodation or any other small premises where there is a central hot water system. They are a versatile water heater because they can be installed above or under a sink, wall or floor mounted. These water heaters are avilable in 5, 10 or 15 litre models and come in a 1kW or 3 kW output.
Both the oversink and undersink models are designed for occasional light use, such as a portable building. This unit is compatible if the heater needs to be frequently drained, the unit simply needs to be switched off and it will automatically re-set itself.
The largest unvented water heater from Hyco is the Powerflow wall mounted unit. These are designed to produce constant hot water on a large scale without the need of a large cylinder. They are for installations such as bathrooms, cloakrooms and commercial kitchens and can provide between 30 litres and 90 litres of hot water.
The team at Electrical Deals Direct are full of knowledge on these cylinders and are on hand to guide and advise, ensuring the right purchase is made at the right price. There are many blogs in the Advice Centre that may answer some of your water cylinder question. For example ‘What size what cylinder do I need?’, if you’re unsure whether you need a direct or indirect cylinder click here to find out and there is even a blog to advise on recovery time for an electric water heater. Alternatively call one of the team now on 01934 253600 for further information or chat to a real person on the website chat feature.