A natural gas boiler, the best way to save at home.
Features of a natural gas boiler
Install the natural gas boiler that best meets your needs and take into account:
The equipment’s capacity to generate hot water.
In general, natural gas boilers have standard measurements but they can sometimes vary.
Volume of water that the gas boiler can heat in a specific length of time.
The amount of energy that your natural gas boiler uses to heat water.
In general, boilers have a useful life of over ten years.
Natural gas condensing boiler
Natural gas condensing boilers are the most efficient boilers on the market.
Big savings for your home
Their performance is between 15% and 20% greater than conventional boilers, thanks to the water vapour condensing system that gives them their name.
They produce fewer fine polluting particles and reduce around 70%of nitrogen oxide (NOx) and carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions.
What pressure level should a gas boiler have?
Water pressure in a cold boiler with the pump off should fluctuate between 1.2 and 1.5 bar (bar is the measurement unit for pressure).
To check the pressure, look at the boiler’s gauge where different pressure levels will be displayed throughout the day depending on how the boiler is being used. Water pressure that is above or below these amounts will cause different types of fault, depending on the situation.
If the boiler exceeds the high pressure limits, the heating safety valve will open to release some of the pressure. This may be caused by the system operation.
If water pressure is too low, the boiler will block itself and stop working to prevent more serious faults.