Header Tanks for Water Storage
The Header Tank is usually used to fill the heating system and accommodate the expansion of water from the heating system during the heating cycle. It should have a screened overflow pipe running to a drain or outside, a mains water supply connecting to the tank with a ball valve to fill the system and an outlet cold feed pipe and also an open vent pipe from the heating system for the expansion.
Header Tanks: Manufactured to BS EN 13280:2001 Standards
Insulated Header Tanks
Header Tanks with Insulation encapsulated into the wall of the tanks.
Header Tank with Type AB Air Gap – CAT 5
GRP Header Tank with AB Airgap
with Screened Spill over Weir
and option for a Raised Ball valve Housing
Byelaw 30 Header Tank with Type AF Air Gap – CAT 4
GRP Header Tank for Cold Water Systems
Supplied with an Inlet Valve
Screened Overflow Kit and BSP Outlet
F&E Header Tank For Feed and Expansion
GRP Header Tanks Suitable for Hot Water Expansion
back into the tank