Unvented Controls

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Picture of Inlet control group - 533 two part assembly
Inlet Control Groups

Inlet control group - 533 two part assembly

Picture of Inlet control group - 535 monobloc
Inlet Control Groups

Inlet control group - 535 monobloc

Picture of Immersion control thermostat
Thermostats

Immersion control thermostat

Picture of Limit thermostat
Thermostats

Limit thermostat

Picture of Dual immersion thermostat
Thermostats

Dual immersion thermostat

Picture of Potable water expansion vessel - compression ends
Vessels

Potable water expansion vessel - compression ends

Picture of Potable water expansion vessel - Inc. Bracket
Vessels

Potable water expansion vessel - Inc. Bracket

Picture of Potable water expansion vessel
Vessels

Potable water expansion vessel

Picture of Potable expansion vessel bracket
Vessels

Potable expansion vessel bracket

Picture of Flexible hose
Vessels

Flexible hose

Picture of Water heater accessory pack 1
Inlet Control Groups

Water heater accessory pack 1

Picture of Temperature / pressure relief valve
Temperature / pressure relief valves

Temperature / pressure relief valve

Picture of Temperature / pressure relief valve with parallel connection
Temperature / pressure relief valves

Temperature / pressure relief valve with parallel connection

Picture of Plastic angle tundish
Tundishes

Plastic angle tundish

Picture of Plastic straight tundish
Tundishes

Plastic straight tundish

Picture of Straight tundish with plastic nuts
Tundishes

Straight tundish with plastic nuts

Picture of Angle aluminium tundish
Tundishes

Angle aluminium tundish

Picture of Straight aluminium tundish
Tundishes

Straight aluminium tundish

Filter Unvented Controls

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The Water Regulations Advisory Scheme (WRAS) Approval demonstrates that a particular product is compliant with Water Supply (Water Fittings) Regulations or Scottish Byelaws.

WRAS Approved Products

With the proliferation of storing water at high water temperatures i.e. above 60°C or having a storage vessel capable of storing hot water at a temperature exceeding 80°C valves capable of reducing the water supply temperature to a more acceptable distribution temperature must be fitted adjacent to the hot water storage vessel.

The Distribution Tempering Control valve Scheme (DTC)