Dimplex Quantum cylinder brings control to electric water heating

Published:  02 July, 2014

DHW, water services, cylinder, electric water heating, Dimplex

Dimplex’s Quantum electrically heated hot-water cylinder delivers hot water at mains pressure and has sophisticated yet simple controls to help householders plan their water usage. A display shows how much hot water is available and consumption history.

Quantum cylinders are available in five capacities from 125 to 300 l and can be used alongside Dimplex’s Quantum heating system or as a standalone smart-grid-ready hot-water system.

Marketing director Chris Stammers said, ‘This is a truly unique product which can provide more than 2.3 million electrically heated homes in the UK with a reliable, efficient and economical solution for hot-water storage and delivery.

‘It offers huge potential for those working in the social-housing sector and with new-build flats, apartments and smaller homes where increasingly stringent Building Regulations demand more efficient systems.

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