The difference between this and the basic unit is that the enhanced version has a twin pump and an enhanced microprocessor control with full building management signals package.
Our Minipack enhanced, pressurisation unit is designed to maintain the water pressure in heating and chilled water systems for small domestic and commercial situations.
Their principle of operation is to accommodate the expanded water volume as the temperature rises and then refill the system as the temperature decreases and the pressure drops.
Wall (or floor) mounted, it can deal with systems of temperatures of 3° to 90°C, a fill pressure of 3.5bar and a system content of 5,000 litres of water.
Fitted with twin pumps and an enhanced microprocessor control with full building management signals package. Certified and designed and built to last, it runs quietly and efficiently to save energy, with reliability giving you peace of mind.
The components are easily accessible for servicing and maintenance.
How to Install
It is easy to install and supplied with loose pressure vessels which be installed prior to fitting.
Please see the O and M manual for more information.
Features & Benefits
- Wall mounted
- Temperature 3° to 90°C
- Fill pressure 3.5bar
- System content up to 5,000 litres
- Twin pumps
- Microprocessor control
- Building management signals package
- Easy access to components for servicing
- Built to last
- Energy saving
- Full 24/7 warranty for 2 years
For further information please see technical data sheet.
Installation and Maintenance by Aquatech Pressmain
All Aquatech Pressmain products can be installed by us. Our installation service includes commissioning. Products come with a full 24/7 warranty for 2 years. They are also all available with maintenance agreements, ensuring the product will be regularly serviced and maintained by our own experienced AGM service engineers, maximising efficiency and giving you peace of mind.
For more information on installation and maintenance, or to apply for a maintenance agreement please click here.