Quote: “With most boilers they have the pressure gauge on the display control panel so you can instantly see what the pressure is.”
operator wrote:Quick question for Scruff and the other Intergas experts. I've had my Intergas 24/18 combi for just over a year now and more than happy with it.
With most boilers they have the pressure gauge on the display control panel so you can instantly see what the pressure is. With the Intergas you have to hit the off button to see what the pressure is. Just wondering what the thinking was behind doing it that way. Doesn't the Atmos show the pressure on the control panel ?.
Scruff, How you getting on with your hydroflow you fitted along with your new boiler. I've noticed quite a reduction in limescale buildup around taps etc.
Although the built in digital gauge is obviously more accurate I have teed in a mechanical pressure gauge (bought off eBay) into the CH return just underneath the boiler.
I prefer the ability to see the pressure at a glance.
Following Scruffs advice I have also fitted a hydroflow (another purchase off eBay) just for peace of mind.
Mehran2 and others that may be interested.
As I promised before Christmas
I will post some pics of my Intergas install/project in the forum soon.
Just been so busy with other things lately.