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Brushieblue | 22:58 Thu 08th Feb 2007 | Interiors
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We are loking to buy a vertical radiator off the internet one of the radiators says it must be installed on a closed circuit (indirect) hot water central heating system.

can anybody tell us in laymans terms what this actually means

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It means it must be connected to a CH system where the same water recycles round and round - a sealed system if you like. 98% of UK systems are like this. They could either be pressurised type with a Combi boiler, or unpressurised type with a small CH cold water overtank in the loft-space. Both would be OK.
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Many Thanks Buildersmate........sounds like we can get one of these on order
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