Potterton Gold Combi HE A Boilers

Potterton Gold Combi HE A Boilers have been built using proven technology, is high energy efficient and is available in three heating outputs – 24, 28 and 33KW respectively. Designed with ease of installation and operation in mind, it costs around £800 excluding VAT and installation.

Voted the Which? Best Buy award in 2010 for ease of use, durability and efficiency, the Potterton Gold Combi HE A has high quality components which have been tried and tested and built to last.

Key features include a built-in pressure gauge enabling accurate central heating pressure, and a range of flue options which make it very easy to install in a variety of places. The Potterton Gold Combi HE A is also versatile, because its heating outputs make it suitable for a range of property types.

It has a SEBUK A rating for efficiency and comes with a 2 year parts and labour warranty*.

Potterton Gold Combi HE A Boilers Overview

ModelTypeDimensionsMaximum Flow RateOutputEfficiency RatingTypical Price
Gold Combi 24 HE ACombiH - 780 mm
W - 450 mm
D - 345 mm
9.8 l/min24 kWA 90% and above£688
Gold Combi 28 HE ACombiH - 780 mm
W - 450 mm
D - 345 mm
11.5 l/min28 kWA 90% and above£754
Gold Combi 33 HE ACombiH - 780 mm
W - 450 mm
D - 345 mm
13.5 l/min33 kWA 90% and above£820

Key Features & Benefits

SEDBUK Band A High Energy Efficiency
Proven Potterton Technology Reliable
Built-In Pressure Gauge Accurate Central Heating Pressure
Fully automated Gas and Air modulation Great emission control
Available in 3 heating outputs Versatile – an option for most properties
Which? Best Buy Award 2010 Acclaimed
Suitable for a wide range of installations Flexible
Stainless Steel Heat Exchanger Latest technology
Compact Dimensions Easy to install
Integral Clock Easy to use
Flexible Fluing Easy installation
Intelligent Control System Automatically adjusts to match heat output versus demand
2 year Warranty* Peace of Mind

What We Think of the Potterton Gold Combi HE A

Three individual boilers line up for attention in this range and each one is a Combi boiler. That means they not only provide heat for the radiators, but they also provide hot water for the taps. As soon as you open the hot water tap, out flows the water at a given rate. This means that the whole system is compact, because you don’t require a cold water cistern, or expansion tank.

The three boilers are rated at 24kW, 28kW and 33kW outputs. The smallest one can handle a hot water flow rate of 9.8 litres a minute; the one in the middle is 11.5 litres a minute and the largest can handle 13.5 litres a minute. They are ideal for a flat, or medium sized house. They can only run on natural gas though, not LPG, so watch that if you are not on the gas grid.

At just over 43 kilos, these boilers are not the lightest out there and they are designed for wall mounting, not within a cupboard.

Getting a Competitive Boiler Quote

A new boiler installation is a costly investment, therefore ensuring you have made the right choice is essential. We recommend you start by comparing a few quotes in order to find the best available price for your budget and requirements. Getting a quote from a national installer, and also one from your local boiler installer will help you make an informed choice.

Remember, to be confident of the best and safe job, it is vital your engineer is Gas Safe Registered.

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Source: http://www.potterton.co.uk/gold/
*subject to registration and annual service

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