Will provide electric power to the motorised valve or the hot water heating pump at the times the household requires the hot water cylinder to be heated.
A Cylinder Thermostat located on the domestic hot water cylinder will control the supply of heating water to the coil heat exchanger in the cylinder.
Its operation will maintain the domestic hot water at the temperature selected by the householder.
If the water is stored at too high a temperature then energy will be wasted.
However, if water stored in the cylinder is kept at too low a temperature, then there is a danger that harmful bacteria may flourish. The cylinder thermostat should be set to ensure that the domestic hot water is stored at a temperature of 60 degrees C.
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