Andrews water heater is a Loch Ness attraction

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Cold though the waters of Loch Ness are, on which the Inchnacardoch Hotel stands, the is now shortage of hot water inside following the installation of an Andrews LGP storage water heater.
The hot-water system servicing a prestigious hotel overlooking Loch Ness has been has been upgraded with an Andrews Hi-Flo LPG-fired storage water heater. It supplies the 15 guest room in the Inchnacardoch Lodge Hotel, the kitchen and all the hotel’s domestic hot water. This water heater has been installed in the boiler room at the rear of the hotel with a conventional vertical flue. It stores 400 litres of hot water and has a recovery rate of nearly 800 l/h through 44 K. The Andrews Hydrojet Total Performance System is fitted to this water heater. It is incorporated in the cold-inlet dip tube and is designed to increase turbulence, reduce sediment build-up, reduce thermal stacking and increase performance. The design of the tank prevents legionella colonisation, even with a build-up of debris, as water at the bottom of the tank reaches at least the same temperature as the rest of the heater.
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