Tank-in-tank calorifiers

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Gemini HSC calorifiers from MHS Boilers have capacities up to 1475 l/h.
A range of six calorifiers from MHS Boilers starts with a 60 litre unit with a high-performance output of 290 l/h and goes up to a 500 litre model with a capacity of 1475 l/h at 50°C. The Gemini range uses the tank-in-tank system. Domestic hot water is heated and stored in a stainless-steel vessel within an indirectly heated primary tank. The system provides a very large surface area for heat exchange and eradicates cool zones where bacteria could breed. There is a comprehensive control panel and a 5-year guarantee on the vessel against material or manufacturing defects. All other components are guaranteed for a year.
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