Are you considering a PulsaCoil A Class Replacement thermal store?
- Is your PulsaCoil A Class leaking from the internal cylinder?
- Is the floor wet around the base?
- Can you see wet lime scale at the bottom inlet pipe of the plate heat exchanger?
- Is there mould on the walls in the cupboard in which your PulsaCoil A Class is situated?
- Are the sides of you PulsaCoil A Class bulging?
If you have answered “Yes” to any of the above questions, it is possible that the internal cylinder of your PulsaCoil A Class has developed a leak. As the internal copper cylinder is encased in a polyurethane insulation and then wrapped in an outer steel case, it is impractical to even attempt a repair, deeming the PulsaCoil A Class beyond economical repair. If this is the case, a replacement for your PulsaCoil A Class replacement will be required.
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