Accumulation tanks with DHW heating ATTACK TUV and ATTACK TUVS
The volume in Attack TUV and TUVS tanks ranges from 474 to 1960 liters with the possibility of installing an electric heating element. In these tanks an stainless steel spiral is used for faster heating of the DHW. The accumulation tank is welded by a robotic welding machine which extends its service life. Using accumulation tank with DHW heating increases the performance and efficiency of the boiler. With full power and optimal efficiency you use less fuel and make heating greener. Another advantage is the minimum amount of tar and acids during combustion and consequently the high life of the boiler and chimney.
Accumulation tank TUV
This type is designed for instantaneous water heating.
Accumulation tank TUV
Accumulation tank TUVS
This type is designed for instantaneous water heating and is equipped with another exchanger for connecting a solar panel or heat pump.
Accumulation tank ATTACK TUVS
Accumulation tanks with DHW heating and ways of heating
The accumulation tank can be combined with various heating devices (storage electricity, solar devices or heat pumps) and also with radiators and underfloor heating.
Connection of the accumulation tank in the heating system.
Each standard ATTACK TUV and TUVS accumulation tank is also supplied with a soft removable insulating layer to better keep your storage tank warm. Insulation with a thickness of 100 mm of polyester fibers with imitation leather cover is installed on tank.
More effecitve combustion with biomass boilers
For protecting boilers DPX, DPX Combi Pellet, SLX, SLX Combi Pellet, Pellet30 Automatic Plus and Wood&Pellet against damage and ensuring its long life-time we recommend to install the accumulation tank in combination with the mixing device Oventrop. For regular service it is very important to buy the boiler in the country you live in.
Boilers for biomass
Accumulation tank with DHW heating
ATTACK TUV / ATTACK TUVS
1 – Flow connection – boiler – 1 ½”
2 – Freely utilizable – 1 ½”
3 – Electrical heating coil (EL) – 1 ½”
4 – Freely utilizable – 1 ½”
5 – Return conn. – heating circuit – 1 ½”
6 – Flow connection – heating circuit (radiators) – 1 ½”
7 – Flow connection – heating circuit (floor) – 1 ½”
8 – Return connection – gas, oil or pellet boiler – 1 ½”
9 – Return connection – wood boiler – 1 ½”
10 – Sensor of solar system or heating – ½”
AS – Flow conn. of solar system – 1″
RS – Return connection of solar system – 1″
D1 – Diameter without insulation
D2 – Diameter with insulation
AF – Cold drinking water – 1 1/4″
AC – Domestic hot water – 1 1/4″