Buffer Tanks

Galmet

 

Galmet - Buffer Tanks - Characteristics

 

Buffer tanks accumulate heat generated by various heating devices. The hot water accumulated in the tank is later used to supply the central heating  system. This allows to reduce the cost of heating your home. They are an indispensable element of central heating installation. The buffer tank limits the frequency of switching on the boiler, heat pump or other heat source in the house and thus increases its durability. It protects the installation against overheating. It allows the simultaneous supply of power to the building with devices that work in an open and closed power supply system. Galmet buffer tanks are also used in chilled water installations. The buffer capacity can be increased by selecting buffers with 1 or 2 steel coils or copper coil.

Advantages of Galmet buffer tanks:

 

 

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Increases the efficiency of the installation

Reduces heating costs

Limits the frequency of switching on the boiler

Protects the installation against overheating

Can be powered from several heat sources

Allows the use of demineralised boiler water and glycol

Works with max. up to 0.6MPa

Capacity: 200 - 5000 liters

 

 

 

 

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