Gledhill PulsaCoil 3 was manufactured by Gledhill Water Storage Ltd. between 1999 – 2002.
The PulsaCoil 3 is a direct electric thermal store, rather than a conventional hot water cylinder.
The difference between a conventional hot water cylinder and a PulsaCoil 3 thermal store is that they both hold hot water and are both heated via immersion heaters. This is where the similarity ends.
The Gledhill PulsaCoil 3 thermal store is filled with hot water that never changes. The heat stored in the Gledhill PulsaCoil 3 is used to heat the tap water using a plate heat exchanger, allowing the hot tap water to be delivered at mains pressure. A conventional system works on gravity feed, with this system you would experience a lower water pressure.
The PulsaCoil 3 was available in sizes 144 | 190 | 210 | 245 LITRES
Everything you need to know about operation and maintenance of a PulsaCoil 3 thermal store
Making it quick and easy for specifiers, installers and operators (including housing associations, tenants and homeowners) to book a repair, order spare parts, or replace cylinders and thermal stores.
Technically advanced compared to competitors’ models upon original manufacture, the PulsaCoil 3’s electronically driven thermal stores, complex electrical wiring, and circuitry often baffle and perplex plumbers, electricians and heating engineers. The Plumbing Group Limited. provide friendly, fully qualified engineers; expertly trained to repair this specific boiler range. We never subcontract, you can be assured that an engineer booked through us will be directly employed through The Plumbing Group Limited.
At PulsaCoil we pride ourselves on our honest and open approach, and we’re always upfront and transparent about our customer charging structure. We offer a standard rate repair, the first hour is chargeable, each hour thereafter is charged pro-pro-rata in 15 minute increments.