Choosing and installing a
STORAGE
HEATER
(CALORIFIER)
for your boat
ISSUE H DOC390/04
WATER
STORAGE
HEATERS
from
Four ranges
to meet every requirement
(CALORIFIERS)
C-WARM COMPACT
When you buy a C-WARM or
SEAWARD heater, you are
choosing quality with no
compromises.
Top-grade copper and aluminium
pressure tanks. Useful amounts of
hot water from engine waste heat
almost before you’ve begun to think
about it.
Efficient, 100% ozone-friendly foam
insulation keeps the water hot for
hours. Clean, silent, and
maintenance free, C-WARM and
SEAWARD heaters offer you
options to suit every boat and
budget.
C-WARM and SEAWARD heaters
come with a 3-year warranty
backed by Cleghorn Waring’s 20
years of specialist experience in
pressurised water systems. Think
systematically - choose C-WARM
or SEAWARD
Your guide to systematic heater
selection is set out in the pages that
follow
Cleghorn Waring
Icknield Way
Letchworth Garden City
Herts
SG6 1EZ • UK
tel: +44(0)1462 480380
fax: +44(0)1462 482422
mail@cleghorn.co.uk
www.cleghorn.co.uk
Pre-assembled, ready to fit and use
4 models in popular sizes
C-WARM COMPACT major
Pre-assembled, ready to fit and use
3 models in larger popular sizes
SEAWARD COMPACT
Pre-assembled, ready to fit and use
3 models in popular sizes
C-WARM MODULAR
For every shape and size of boat
More than 30 models
Choice of mounting brackets & straps,
immersion heaters, single/twin coil,
thermostatic controls
SAFETY
Don’t cut corners
C-WARM and SEAWARD heaters are
fitted with two independent safety
systems to prevent overheating if an
immersion heater thermostat should fail.
These are required by UK law for
unvented pressure systems in houses.
Although (at the time of writing) boats are
exempt, this is a common sense
precaution that should not be overlooked.
A combined temperature-and-pressure
relief valve comes with every C-WARM
and SEAWARD heater, together with
twin immersion heater thermostats.
Don’t settle for less.
•SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM of a PRESSURISED WATER SYSTEM•
•HOW A CALORIFIER WORKS•
Hot water from the engine cooling circuit
enters the helical coil at the top. As it flows
down through the coil, it gives up heat to
the stored water in the tank, and returns at
a lower temperature to the engine cooling
circuit.
As the stored water heats up it rises by convection.
Hot water is drawn off through the top outlet: cold
water flows in at the bottom of the tank to replace it.
If mains voltage a.c. electricity is available, an
electric immersion heater may be fitted for use when
the engine is not running.
Calorifiers and Water Storage Heaters – what’s the difference?
None. ‘Calorifier’is a word borrowed from industrial process heating, meaning a water
vessel containing a heat exchanger (such as a coiled pipe) through which steam or hot
water passes, giving up its heat to the water contained in the vessel.
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•WHAT SIZE WATER STORAGE HEATER DO I NEED?•
Most boat owners choose to store as much hot water as they can in the space available.
10-15 litres of water at 50 oC is sufficient for a refreshing hot shower. With limited fresh water
supplies on board, less than 10 litres is often enough. The water consumption of a shower
depends more on shower head design than on water pressure. Cleghorn Waring offer a
range of shower heads designed for marine use, compatible with C-WARM and SEAWARD
calorifiers and with water pressure systems in boats
*
NO OF
PERSONS
*
ABOARD
WATER STORAGE
HEATER
CAPACITY
LITRES (GALLONS)
LENGTH OF
VESSEL
METRES (FEET)
1
18 - 20 (4)
7.5 -10 (25 - 33)
2-3
20 - 55 (4 - 12)
10 -12.5 (33 - 40)
4-5
55 - 74 (12 - 16)
12.5 -15 (40 - 50)
5+
74 - 141 (16 - 31)
15 - 18 (50 - 60)
requiring consecutive hot showers, 10 litres per shower
•SPACE AVAILABLE•
Check the space available,
preferably close to the engine. Is
there room to locate, support and
secure the heater and connect the
pipework? Is there room to fit or
remove an electric immersion
heater if necessary?
Vertical tanks are thermally a little
more efficient, but a horizontal
tank can sometimes make better
use of available space.
Allow at least an extra 50mm for
all pipework connections.
2
This table is intended as a
rough guide to selection.
Besides the space available,
personal preference and cost
may also influence the choice.
•SELECTION CHART•
C-WARM COMPACT RANGE
MODEL
H = horizontal
V = vertical
CONNECTIONS
TYPE
1
2
CAPACITY
DIMENSIONS , mm
3
2
WEIGHT , kg
diameter
full
empty
heating
coil
hose
x
278
26
8
½”
½”BSP EXT.
380
x
345
29
9
½”
½”BSP INT.
1
430
x
370
39
10
½”
½”BSP EXT.
1
405
x
452
53
13
½”
½”BSP INT.
No of
coils
litres
gallons
CWC18-H3
18
4
1
622
CWC20-V3
20
4.4
1
CWC29-V3
29
6
CWC40-V3
40
9
length
cold in - hot out
C-WARM COMPACT Major RANGE
H = horizontal
V = vertical
T = twin coil
CONNECTIONS
TYPE
MODEL1
2
CAPACITY
DIMENSIONS , mm
No of
coils
3
2
WEIGHT , kg
diameter
full
empty
heating
coil
hose
x
385
74
21
½”
½”BSP EXT.
683
x
450
81
17
½”
¾”BSP INT.
725
x
450
91
18
½”
¾”BSP INT.
litres
gallons
CWC53-VT3
53
12
2
720
CWC64-HT3
64
14
2
CWC73-HT3
73
16
2
length
cold in - hot out
SEAWARD COMPACT RANGE
TYPE
CONNECTIONS
MODEL
H = horizontal
V = vertical
CWC-F650W
CAPACITY
litres
gallons
25
5
DIMENSIONS, mm
No of
coils
1
2
WEIGHT , kg
heating
coil
hose
cold in - hot out
wide
deep
high
full
empty
330
490
330
37
11.5
5
15mm Hep2o
15mm Hep2o
15mm Hep2o
/8”
CWC-F1150W
42
9
1
406
558
406
56
13.6
5
CWC-F1850W
68
15
1
514
514
685
89.5
21.5
5
1
Standard models listed here are uncased, with a rated pressure of 3 bar (44 p.s.i.).
Cased models are available. Contact our Sales Office for details
2
The dimensions and weights listed here are approximate. For critical dimensions ask for a drawing .
3
Immersion heater connection is 2¼”BSP (internal) on all models.
3
/8”
/8”
•SELECTION CHART•
C-WARM MODULAR RANGE
2
DIMENSIONS , mm
TYPE
MODEL1
*allow at least 75mm
under the heater, for pipe
fittings
CONNECTIONS
2
WEIGHT , kg
diameter
full
empty
heating
coil
BSP
internal
x
285
26
8
½”
½”E
415
x
340
29
9
½”
½”I
1
430
x
370
39
10
½”
½”E
6
2
430
x
370
40
11
½”
½”E
32
8
1
900
x
285
45
13
½”
½”E
CWB40-V3
40
9
1
405
x
452
51
11
½”
½”I
CWB41-H3
40
9
1
600
x
380
50
10
½”
½”I
CWB41-HT3
40
9
2
600
x
380
51
11
½”
½”I
CWB45-H3
45
10
1
1215
x
285
62
17
½”
½”E
CWB50-V3
50
12
1
440
x
490
69
19
½”
½”E
CWB50-VT3
50
12
2
440
x
490
70
20
½”
½”E
CWB50-H3
50
12
1
675
x
390*
70
17
½”
½”E
CWB50-HT3
50
12
2
675
x
390*
72
19
½”
½”E
CWB53-H3
53
12
1
785
x
380
74
21
½”
½”E
CWB53-HT3
53
12
2
785
x
380
76
23
½”
½”E
CWB53-V3
53
12
1
715
x
385
71
18
½”
½”E
CWB53-VT3
53
12
2
715
x
385
73
20
½”
½”E
CWB64-H3
67
14
1
610
x
450
78
14
½”
¾” I
CWB64-HT3
67
14
2
610
x
450
80
16
½”
¾” I
CWB67-V3
67
15
1
705
x
440
88
21
½”
¾” E
CWB67-VT3
67
15
2
705
x
440
90
23
½”
¾” E
CWB73-H3
73
16
1
700
x
450
88
15
½”
¾” I
CWB73-HT3
73
16
2
700
x
450
90
17
½”
¾” I
CWB78-V3
78
16
1
630
x
490
101
23
½”
¾” E
CWB78VT3
78
16
2
630
x
490
103
25
½”
¾” E
CWB93-V3
93
21
1
930
x
440
118
25
½”
¾” E
CWB93-VT3
93
21
2
930
x
440
120
27
½”
¾” E
CWB141-V3
141
30
1
1080
x
490
179
38
½”
¾” E
CWB141-VT3
141
30
2
1080
x
490
181
40
½”
¾” E
H = horizontal
V = vertical
T = twin coil
CAPACITY
No of
coils
litres
gallons
CWB18-H3
18
4
1
540
CWB20-V3
20
4.4
1
CWB29-V3
29
6
CWB29-VT3
29
CWB32-H3
length
1
Standard models listed here are uncased, with a rated pressure of 3 bar (44 p.s.i.).
Cased models are available. Contact our Sales Office for details
2
The dimensions and weights listed here are approximate. For critical dimensions ask for a drawing .
3
Immersion heater connection is 2¼”BSP (internal) on all models.
4
3
cold in hot out
BSP
I= Internal
E= External
•SHAPES•
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•SINGLE OR TWIN COIL?•
Choose a single coil model
unless you plan to utilise waste
heat from more than one
engine, or to install an auxilary
burner to heat the water when
the engine is not running.
•WATER PRESSURE•
C-WARM and SEAWARD
heaters are pressure
vessels, designed for use at
specified maximum internal
pressures. Check the cutout pressure of the pump: it
must not exceed the rated
pressure of the heater. If it
does, you will need to fit a
pressure-reducing valve in
the inlet line to the heater see diagram on page 1.
The heater is protected
against excessive pressure
by a relief valve. Combined
temperature-and-pressure
relief valves are standard on
C-WARM and SEAWARD
heaters. (See safety note on
page 14)
Pump cut-out
pressure
Rated pressure
of heater
Relief valve
opening pressure
Suitable heaters
Less than 2.5 bar
(36 psi)
3 bar
(44 psi)
3 bar
(44 psi)
C-WARM
SEAWARD
Up to 4.5 bar
(66 psi)
5 bar
(73 psi)
5 bar
(73 psi)
SEAWARD
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•THERMAL EXPANSION•
Water expands as its temperature
rises. In a system fitted with an
accumulator tank, warm water may
find its way back into the cold water
line during heating. This effect can be
minimised or avoided by:
1. Allowing at least 0.5 bar difference
between pump cut-out pressure
and relief valve opening pressure
and
2. Fitting a non-return valve and
expansion tank in the cold inlet line
to the heater to minimise the
pressure rise due to thermal
expansion
If a pressure reducing valve is fitted to
reduce the pressure from the pump
(see page 6), it will also act as a nonreturn valve.
NOTE: Jabsco ‘Sensor-Max’pump
If you are using a Jabsco ‘SensorMax’pump, no accumulator tank is
required. But you will still need a nonreturn valve and expansion tank, as
outlined above.
•WHAT SIZE OF EXPANSION TANK DO I NEED?N
1. Check the cut-out pressure of your pump
2. Determine the EXPANSION TANK VOLUME FACTOR from the table below
Cut-out pressure of
pump
up to 1.8 bar (25 psi)
2.0 bar (29 psi)
2.5 bar (37 psi)
2.8 bar (40 psi)
EXPANSION TANK VOLUME FACTOR
C-WARM heater
SEAWARD heater
15
12
6
not applicable
26
25
21
18
3. Divide the capacity of your heater (in litres) by the volume factor,
to obtain the expansion tank volume you require.
EXAMPLE
Expansion tanks
CW269
2 - litre
CW385
5 - litre
CW288
8 - litre
CW291
20 - litre
Non-return valves
CW91
A 64 litre C-WARM heater and a pump cut-out pressure of 1.8 bar
From the table, EXPANSION TANK VOLUME FACTOR = 15
½”BSP
connections
CW92
¾”BSP
connections
Divide heater volume by EXPANSION TANK VOLUME FACTOR:64 ÷ 15 = 4.3 litres
4. Use the next larger standard size of expansion tank, which is 5 litres (Model CW385)
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•HOW HOT WILL THE WATER BE?•
• Indirect-cooled engine •
Cooling water circulates through the coil in the heater in parallel with the flow through the
engine heat exchanger.
The temperature of the stored water can approach that of the very hot water in the engine
cooling circuit. A BLENDER VALVE permits mixing of the stored hot water with cold water to
achieve a selected temperature (typically 55ºC). The amount of hot water available is
effectively increased.
The temperature of water available at hot taps should not be allowed to exceed 65ºC.
Blender valve CW268 (½”BSP connections)
Blender valve CW272B (22mm compression joints)
Using a Pressure-Reducing valve in conjunction with a Blender valve
If a blender valve is to be fitted, its cold water inlet should be connected into pipework
between the pressure-reducing valve and the cold inlet fitting on the heater (see diagram).
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•HOW HOT WILL THE WATER BE?•… continued
If the engine runs for a long
enough time, it is possible for the
stored water temperature to trip
the immersion heater high level
thermostat and/or open the
temperature-and-pressure relief
valve. A CYLINDER
THERMOSTAT may be fitted to
limit the water temperature in the
heating coil
• Direct-cooled engine •
The temperature of the stored water
heated by a direct-cooled engine is
less predictable. Many engines are
designed to run with a relatively high
water temperature in the engine block,
while the exhaust is cooled to a lower
temperature. With suitable take-off and
re-entry, an adequate stored water
temperature can often be achieved.
Check your engine manual for details,
or ask your engine supplier.
The instruction manual supplied with
C-Warm explains how to adapt the
engine cooling circuit to incorporate
the storage heater.
Thermostatic control may not be
necessary with direct-cooled engines.
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HHow long will the ENGINE take to heat the water?•
C-WARM and
SEAWARD heaters will
produce useful amounts
of hot water within
about 20 minutes
SEAWARD
C-WARM
HHow long will an ELECTRIC IMMERSION heater take to heat the water?•
Nominal time to heat a full tank of water from 10ºC to 55ºC. A usable amount of hot water
will accumulate by convection in the top of the heater in less time than that shown.
Heater
capacity
litres
0.75 kW
1 kW
1.25 kW
1.5 kW
2 kW
3 kW
18
1 hr 15 min
58 min
45 min
37 min
29 min
19 min
20
1 hr 22 min
1 hr 03 min
50 min
41 min
31 min
21 min
25
1 hr 45 min
1 hr 18 min
1 hr 02 min
51 min
40 min
26 min
29
2 hr 02 min
1 hr 31 min
1 hr 12 min
1 hr 00 min
46 min
30 min
32
2 hr 14 min
1 hr 40 min
1 hr 20 min
1 hr 07 min
49 min
32 min
40
2 hr 45 min
2 hr 05 min
1 hr 40 min
1 hr 23 min
1 hr 03 min
42 min
45
2 hr 20 min
1 hr 53 min
1 hr 34 min
1 hr 12 min
47 min
50
2 hr 36 min
2 hr 05 min
1 hr 44 min
1 hr 18 min
53 min
53
2 hr 13 min
1 hr 50 min
1 hr 23 min
56 min
67
2 hr 48 min
2 hr 20 min
1 hr 47 min
1 hr 12 min
74
2 hr 34 min
1 hr 56 min
1 hr 18 min
78
2 hr 42 min
2 hr 03 min
1 hr 23 min
2 hr 26 min
1 hr 37 min
IMMERSION HEATER POWER
93
141
EXAMPLE
2 hr 28 min
A 1.25 kW immersion heater will take about 1 hr 40 min to heat 40 litres of
stored water from 10 to 55ºC
HHOW LONG WILL THE WATER STAY HOT?•
Depending on heater volume and on ambient temperature, the stored water temperature will
drop from a nominal 55ºC to 35ºC (still warm enough for a comfortable shower) over a period
of about 8 - 20 hours after the engine has stopped. The larger the volume of the heater, the
more slowly the stored water will cool.
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•SECURING THE HEATER IN PLACE•
When full of water the heater is heavy. It must be secured in place to prevent damage to
itself, its pipework and the supporting structure in rough weather or from other shocks of
marine use.
C-WARM COMPACT models
The heater is supplied with fixings.
SEAWARD COMPACT
The heater is supplied with fixings.
C-WARM MODULAR and C-WARM COMPACT major
The best method of securing the heater will depend on its size, its shape and where it is to
be located. Use Strap Kit or Bracket Kits (pages 12, 13) and/or construct suitable supports.
•VERTICAL MODELS•
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•HORIZONTAL MODELS•
If the heater has cold water and coil connections underneath, adequate clearance will need
to be left for the pipe connections. See dimensions, pages 4 - 5.
•STRAP KIT•
•BRACKET KIT•
•BRACKET KIT•
CWA-STRKIT
for vertical heaters
CWAB-V series
for horizontal heaters
CWAB-H series
1 bracket assembly
2 bracket assemblies
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•KIT SELECTION CHART•
C-WARM MODULAR RANGE
MODEL1
H = horizontal
V = vertical
T = twin coil
BRACKET KIT
CONNECTION KIT
CWB18-H3
CWAB285H
CWB-CKIT-1
CWB21-V3
CWAB350V
CWB-CKIT-3
CWB29-V3
CWAB380V
CWB-CKIT-1
CWB29-VT3
CWAB380V
CWB-CKIT-1T
CWB32-H3
CWAB285H
CWB-CKIT-1
CWB40-V3
CWAB440V
CWB-CKIT-3
CWB41-H3
CWAB380H
CWB-CKIT-3
CWB41-HT3
CWAB380H
CWB-CKIT-3T
CWB45-H3
CWAB285H
CWB-CKIT-1
CWB50-V3
CWAB490V
CWB-CKIT-1
CWB50-VT3
CWAB490V
CWB-CKIT-1T
CWB50-H3
CWAB380H
CWB-CKIT-1
CWB50-HT3
CWAB380H
CWB-CKIT-1T
CWB53-H3
CWAB380H
CWB-CKIT-1
CWB53-HT3
CWAB380H
CWB-CKIT-1T
CWB53-V3
CWAB380V
CWB-CKIT-1
CWB53-VT3
CWAB380V
CWB-CKIT-1T
CWB64-H3
CWAB440H
CWB-CKIT-4
CWB64-HT3
CWAB440H
CWB-CKIT-4T
CWB67-V3
CWAB440V
CWB-CKIT-2
CWB67-VT3
CWAB440V
CWB-CKIT-2T
CWB73-H3
CWAB440H
CWB-CKIT-4
CWB73-HT3
CWAB440H
CWB-CKIT-4T
CWB78-V3
CWAB490V
CWB-CKIT-2
CWB78VT3
CWAB490V
CWB-CKIT-2T
CWB93-V3
CWAB440V
CWB-CKIT-2
CWB93-VT3
CWAB440V
CWB-CKIT-2T
CWB141-V3
CWAB490V
CWB-CKIT-2
CWB141-VT3
CWAB490V
CWB-CKIT-2T
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Connection kit contents:
Hose connectors for heating coil
(2 for single coil, 4 for twin coils)
Hep2O connectors for hot outlet
and cold inlet (1 straight, 1 × 90º)
Draincock and Hep2O
T-connector
•ELECTRIC IMMERSION HEATERS: A SAFETY NOTE•
The possible consequences of overheating need to be considered if an electric immersion
heater is fitted to the calorifier. A thermostat controls the immersion heater. Immersion
heaters fitted in C-WARM and SEAWARD calorifier have an additional high-temperature
cut-out to prevent boiling if the control thermostat fails.
Because boiling water under pressure is dangerous, UK law requires unvented systems in
houses to have two independent means of protection against overheating. Although
boats are exempt (at the time of writing) this is a common-sense precaution that should not
be ignored. To meet this requirement C-WARM and SEAWARD calorifiers are fitted with a
combined temperature-and-pressure relief valve in addition to an immersion heater with
a standard thermostat and a high-temperature cut-out.
A pressure-relief valve alone cannot prevent boiling under pressure, and does not provide
sufficient protection.
not
to scale
VENTED SYSTEM
UNVENTED SYSTEM
If my C-Warm or Seaward heater contains no water, is it safe for engine cooling
water to circulate through the coil?
Yes. Engine cooling water can safely be circulated through the coil whether the heater is
full of water, part full or empty.
Can I use a C-Warm or Seaward heater to heat seawater?
C-Warm and Seaward heaters are not recommended for use with seawater. Such use will
invalidate the warranty.
Winter precautions?
To avoid the risk of freezing and possible damage in winter, drain the heater and leave it
empty when not in use.
Warranty
C-Warm and Seaward heaters are guaranteed free from defects in material or
workmanship for a period of three years from delivery to the purchaser. Full warranty
details are available on request.
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•TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION•
WORKING PRESSURE :
C-WARM COMPACT, C-WARM COMPACT Major and
C-WARM MODULAR
Up to 3 bar (3kg/cm 2, 300 kPa, 44lb/in 2)
SEAWARD
Up to 5 bar (5kg/cm2, 500 kPa, 73lb/in 2)
TEST PRESSURE :
1.5 × maximum working pressure
TEMPERATURE/PRESSURE Supplied with all C-WARM heaters
RELIEF VALVE
Set to lift at 3 bar (44 psi) or 95°C
Non-adjustable
Fitted to all SEAWARD heaters
Set to lift at 5 bar (73 psi) or 98°C
Non-adjustable
The temperature/pressure
relief valve must be fitted
to the heater before it is
put into service, Failure to
fit the relief valve will
invalidate the C-Warm
Warranty
WORKING TEMPERATURE:
The recommended maximum continuous stored water
temperature is 95 oC which cannot be exceeded when
the temperature/pressure relief valve is fitted.
The temperature of water available from hot taps
should not be allowed to exceed 65°C.
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•MATERIALS OF CONSTRUCTION•
C-WARM
TANK
Copper
Grade C106
BS2870 (1980)
COIL(S)
Copper
BS2871 part 1 (1971)
BS1845 (1984)
BRAZING
ALLOY
INSULATION
CW IMMERSION HEATERS
with double thermostat
protection
Closed cell
polyurethane
Nominal thickness 20mm.
Mean rate of heat loss
less than 2 Watts per litre
Flame retardant to BS699
(1983)
Foaming agent non-CFC
Constructed to BS 3456 section 2.21 (1972)
Element sheath: Incoloy 825
Mounting head: Brass to CZ121, BS2874
Terminal enclosure rated to IP21, BS EN 60529
Main thermostat manually adjustable between 50ºC and
80ºC: Standard factory setting 60ºC, automatic reset
CE
High level energy cut out adjustable up to 95ºC maximum.
Standard factory setting 95ºC, manual reset
Immersion Heater
Model No
a.c. voltage
CW423
CW279
CW278
CW239
CW240
SEAWARD
Viewed from the top
220 - 240
220 - 240
220 - 240
110 - 115
220 - 240
Rated
output
kW
3
2
1.25
1
0.75
Recommended
fuse size
TANK
‘Alcoa’cladded Aluminium
COIL
Anodised Aluminium
ANODE
Magnesium
INSULATION
Rockwool
CASE
White-enamelled aluminium
13 amp
10 amp
5 amp
10 amp
3 amp
IMMERSION HEATER (Integral)
Element sheath: Incoloy 825
Main thermostat: standard factory setting 60ºC, automatic
reset.
High level energy cut-out: standard factory setting 88ºC,
manual reset
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WATER STORAGE HEATERS
QUOTATION/ORDER CHECKLIST
Qty
Model number/
part number
Description
CWC… … … … … … … … .…
C-Warm or Seaward Compact heater
CWB… … … … … … … … .…
C-Warm Modular heater
CWA-STRKIT
Strap kit
CWAB-… … … … … … .… … . Bracket kit
CWB-CKIT-… … … … … ..…
Connection kit
CW… … … … .… (… … volts) Electric immersion heater
CW… … … … … … … … … …
Blender valve
CW276
Cylinder thermostat
CW… … … … … … … … … ...
Non-return valve
CW… … … … … … … … … …
Expansion tank
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