CalDensate — Acidic Neutraliser for Combination Boilers
Condensing boilers produce water vapour during combustion, the water vapour condenses and latent heat passes into the system. Acidic water known as ‘condensate’, is produced. If the condensate is pumped straight to the drain, it can have a harmful effect on the environment.
CalDensate is designed to treat the acidic waste produced by condensing boilers. The tough, non-corrosive, in-line unit is quick and easy to fit. There is no need to dig a condensate trap. CalDensate is so versatile; it can be fitted with all makes of condensing boiler — even those that are situated above ground floor level. The acidic waste from condensing boilers (condensate) damages the environment. Dealing responsibly with condensate is easy with CalDensate.
- Robust in-line unit
- Complete with push-fit fittings for use with acidic water
- Acid compatible — will not corrode
- Unique cartridge refill
- Suitable for installation with all combination boilers
- No need to dig condensate traps
- Perfect for boiler installations above ground level
- Environmentally friendly unit and refill — less acidic and less landfill waste
|Length||200mm (including fittings)|
|Material||Acid Compatible — will not corrode|
|Fittings||Push-fit adapted for use with acidic water discharge|
|Maximum working pressure||5 bar (70 psi)|
|Maximum flow rate||1.08 l/sec (14gpm)|
|Consumables||Densate R Cartridge replaceable every 12 months|
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CalDensate Replaceable Cartridges
The unique replaceable cartridges for CalDensate makes the unit even more environmentally friendly. Replacing the special cartridge does not require the complete replacement of the CalDensate unit and the cartridge only needs to be replaced every 12 months.
Ask for the Densate R cartridge.
Installing CalDensate meets BS6798 and Domestic Heating Guide requirements to discharge condensate safely away from the building.
In less than 2 years, condensing boilers could be adding 50 million litres of PH4 acidic waste to our drains every week.