Centenary Plaza, 18 Holiday Street, Birmingham, B1 1TB, PulsaCoil 2000 Replacement

We have created this Thermacoil Installation Case Study page to enable you to see before and after images of a typical installation. Miss H contacted us when she was without hot water. Miss H are one of many customer the we work for in Centenary Plaza, 18 Holiday Street, Birmingham, B1 1TB, PulsaCoil 2000 Replacement. Centenary Plaza is a residential development compromising 99 high quality one and two bedroom apartments which are located close by to the Birmingham Sea Life Centre.

Miss H called us out to repair her PulsaCoil 2000 as it had failed and was no longer heating up hot water. On arrival our Engineer found that the cylinder was split and required a replacement. Our engineer did a temporary repair fix on the PulsaCoil 2000 for Miss H to have hot water in the meantime while she went through the process of ordering a replacement.

Below you will find images of the old PulsaCoil 2000 and also the new replacement Fabdec ThermaCoil replacement. The installation was carried out in under four hours and the old unit was removed and ethically disposed of.

Miss H opted for a ThermaCoil replacement option over the new PulsaCoil PCS. The Thermacoil is a far less complicated system, the electronic hot water delivery system found within a PulsaCoil includes a Printed Circuit Board, Pump, Sensors and Relays.

The ThermaCoil has replaced the electronic delivery components with a single mechanical blending valve, for the user of the system it is no different but for long term maintenance it is much simpler.

The new ThermaCoil comes with a 10 Year Manufacturers cylinder warranty, for further details visit www.thermacoil.co.uk

Centenary Plaza, 18 Holiday Street, Birmingham, B1 1TB, PulsaCoil 2000 Replacement

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