Accumulation tanks serve for the accumulation of excessive energy from the heat source. The source may be a solid fuel boiler, heat pump, fireplace inserts, etc.
The NAD type tanks serve for the accumulation of heat in the heating system; the operation agent is heating water. The accumulation tank inclusion in the heating system with the heat source provides ideal operation of the heat source under beneficial temperature conditions. The main benefit is the optimising of the heat source operation (i.e. with maximum efficiency) when the unconsumed heat accumulates in the tank.
The tanks are made of a steel plate and tested by 1.5 MPa multiple of operation pressure value, without any inner surface treatment. NAD 50 v1, NAD 100 v1 and NAD 250 v1 are insulated with hard polyurethane Freon-free foam with 42 mm thickness, with great insulation ability. Top housing is made of sheet metal and with powder paint surface finish.
Accumulation tanks NAD 50 v1, NAD 100 v1 and NAD 250 v1 cannot be used for accumulation of TV - drinking water.
Tank capacity: 50 l
Tank diameter: 524 mm
Height: 561 mm
Maximum operating pressure 0,3 MPa
Maximum heating water temperature: 90 °C
Maximum output of additional heating element TJ 6/4": 3,3 kW
Energy efficiency class: B
Static loss: 31W
OPERATING AND INSTALLATION MANUAL