A gravity fed one pipe system converted using a Worcester 30CDI Combi Boiler
We decommissioned and removed an old gravity fed one pipe system and made the conversion to a Worcester 30CDI Combi boiler. The Worcester was installed in the kitchen adjacent to the original cupboards allowing the boiler to be concealed at a later date. A special thanks to Kate & James for supplying the tea and coffee making facilities, get in!
Conventional system to Combi Conversion
We were asked to carry out works in a property in Henbury. The home owner had decided to upgrade their old gravity fed back boiler system to a more conventional combi boiler system. We removed the two cisterns in the attic along with the cylinder in the airing cupboard. In its place we hung the new Worcester 30 CDI combi boiler along with heating controls, Fernox F1 filter and scale reducer. With the combi, all their hot water is heated instantly, so no need to heat and store hot water (No more bulk heating so no huge wastful gas bill).
Combi for Combi Installation
Another Combi for Combi installation in Bristol. This Vaillant was installed in a new location which required a condensate pump and a plume kit. The condensate pump was used to remove condensation formed within the boiler and the plume kit was used to redirect the products of combustion to a more convenient termination point.
Complete Heating System and Combi Boiler Installation
An old primatic cylinder that had taken down the boiler was the start to this new heating system for one of our customers. We removed the cylinder along with the tanks from the attic. Given the age of the pipe work and radiators, removal and renewal was the best course of action for the system.
We installed a Worcester 24i junior and incorporated thermostatic radiator valves on the new radiators to give independent control of each radiator. Thanks for the liquorice tea, which was surprisingly nice…