Operates as a hot water priority valve, meaning if the heating is on and there is a hot water demand, the valve will divert the primary heat to the cylinder until the cylinder sensor is satisfied. Must be used if adding the weather compensation probe to a system boiler.
- Protects external condensate pipes during freezing temperatures
- Controlled by the boiler
- Activated only when the boiler is in operation
- Boiler Plus compliant
- Operates when outside temperature falls below 2°C
- Minimal electrical consumption
Few things can be more inconvenient than the heating and hot water system grinding to a halt - especially in the depths of winter. Yet frozen, blocked condensate pipes continue to be a frequent occurrence in the UK, causing boiler breakdowns and often costly damage for many homeowners.
Fit the Trace Heating Kit to eliminate the risk of frozen condensate pipes and subsequent damage to the boiler. The 3m electric trace wire is controlled by the boiler in conjunction with an outside weather probe. The 3m electric trace wire is controlled by the boiler in conjunction with an outside weather probe, which makes it Boiler Plus compliant too.
Products in this Range
Alpha's high efficiency boilers have their own telescopic CD EasyFlue with both sections brilliant white and the flue terminal factory fitted.
The Alpha CD EasyFlue is for simple horizontal flues and is available in two lengths; 500mm and 1000mm. The telescopic inner and outer ducts slide together to make the correct length so there is no measuring, no cutting and no making good as two sealing collars are provided.
The telescopic CD EasyFlue can save up to an hour's installation time and gives a really stylish finish. Extension kits are available to allow a horizontal flue length of 12m and a vertical flue length of 15m.
The perfect pair
Always choose an Alpha Climatic digital time and temperature programmer to go with the Weather Compensation Probe. Designed specifically to operate with our E-Tec boilers, this pairing ensures precise monitoring of inside and outside temperature, maximising system efficiency and home comfort.