Hilton Plumbing supplies and installs several Vulcan hot water systems including the Vulcan 135 model, which is perfect for small to medium households.
The Vulcan 135 is an entry-level hot water system. It has a maximum capacity of 135 litres, perfect for a family of two to four members. The best thing about the Vulcan brand is that it offers high-quality performance at an affordable price. We recommend it for a replacement or change over, of an older model water heater.
Vulcan uses high-strength steel for the storage cylinder to withstand the varying heating cycle and water pressures. In addition, the hot water system comes with a special thermostat that can keep the water temperature at the optimal level for reliable hot water while being cost-effective – the Vulcan 135 has a 4-star energy rating.
The Vulcan 135 features balanced flue and steel jackets that make it easy to install and maintain. You can install it into a wall cavity or against a wall.
|First Hour Capacity||248 Litres|
|Gas Consumption||27.0 Mj/h|
|Weight (Empty)||59 Kgs|
|Manufacturers Tank Warranty (Domestic)||7 Years (1 Years Labour On Tank)|
|Manufacturers Parts & Labour Warranty (Domestic)||1 Year|
|Cold Relief Valve Setting||1200 Kpa|
|ECV Hot Relief Valve Setting||1400 Kpa|
|Link to Manufacturers Product Page||https://www.vulcan.com.au/downloads/PDF/Vulcan_Gas_Electric_Brochure.pdf|
There are many reasons why you should install a Vulcan 135 in your home. Some of them are:
Vulcan is a brand under the Rheem Hot Water Group. They are a trusted brand and a locally-owned company that manufactures their products in Australia. As a result, spare parts are readily available for repairs.
Hilton Plumbing is a leading supplier of Vulcan 135 and other hot water systems. Contact us today if you have any questions about the model and other products we have to offer.
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