As well as providing a Pulsacoil repair service, we give further information and manuals for a range of Pulsacoil systems. Each Pulsacoil systems info, manual and repair tips are listed below if you require further information.
Pulsacoil Repair Service
While you’re busy doing your daily tasks, Vedhas automatically starts helping you get more out of your Gledhill Pulsacoil repair and helps you increase the life span of your system.
Many companies offer a basic service which is an on-site visit to carry out testing, inspection and then repairs. Did you know? “by you just having your Pulsacoil tested, inspected and repaired doesn’t really protect you from it breaking down again”.
We can offer you a complete solution. Our solution will give you an on-site testing, inspection and repair visit with added protection. We will help you maintain your system giving it extra life.
What make this solution even better is that you will have to put little to no effort in implementing it, it will cost you little to no added cost and even save you money.
Our 3 step system will help you plan an on-site visit, execute automated procedure for you to maintain your system and help you continuously maintain your system for years to come.
We don’t just provide a Pulsacoil repair service, we also offer system replacements and (or) upgraded as well.
If you are interested to find out more on how we can help you, please fill out your details on the “Contact Me Back” form or call us on 0800 046 1241 now. If you are not ready to buy or use our services, don’t worry, still call us or fill out the form so we can provide you with further information.
Pulsacoil Repair, Which Systems Do We Cover?
We carry out Pulsacoil repairs on Pulsacoil original systems, Pulsacoil 3 systems, Pulsacoil 2000 systems, Pulsacoil A Class & Pulsacoil BP systems. We also install Pulsacoil BP systems to replace older systems which cannot be repaired.
A Pulsacoil repair is carried out by an experienced and qualified Pulsacoil engineer with full testing equipment enabling us to correctly diagnose your Pulsacoil system. If you have a Gledhill Pulsacoil no hot water problem, we can help.
Why not to get your Pulsacoil repair carried out by untrained inexperienced engineers?
Pulsacoil systems are specialist system. Not all plumbers or electricians can work on these correctly. We have noticed whenever an engineer touches these systems and does not have previously knowledge on them, more problems occur. This can lead to the system becoming damaged, unsafe and (or) unnecessary additional costs.
You don’t need a Pulsacoil repair carried out if you are experiencing the following:
This only applies to the PulsaCoil 3 systems, PulsaCoil 2000 systems and the PulsaCoil A-Class system. The PulsaCoil original, PulsaCoil II & Pulsacoil BP should not give you these problems.
In the first 30 seconds when turning a hot water tap on, you will notices in most Pulsacoil 3, 2000 & a class systems that the hot water firstly comes out cold, it then becomes hot, then cools down slightly and then becomes hot again and remains that way. Please do not think this is an indication that your system is on the verge of breaking down. This occur due to the plated heat exchanger being warm and the initial sensor reading not activating the pump. Once cold water in flowing through the plated heat exchangers, the sensor will detect the water temperature has reduced and then will activate the pump. You should notice a gradual increase in hot water over the next 30 seconds.
Pulsacoil repair further information:
For further information about Pulsacoil repairs and more information visit our Pulsacoil page