Joule launches unvented cylinder promotion

Joule launches unvented cylinder promotion

Joule has announced the launch of a winter promotion which has been designed to reward installers purchasing multiple products from its unvented cylinder range.

Installers who purchase three Joule unvented cylinders between October 1 and December 31 this year will be able to claim a free Snickers hoodie.

Unvented cylinders are fed directly from the cold water mains, providing high pressure and flow rates to all hot taps and showers and balanced hot and cold water supplies.

Joule’s range of Cyclone unvented cylinders are available in direct and indirect versions, with solar, heat pump, pre-plumbed and slimline options available. The recently launched Cyclone Air cylinders incorporate an internal expansion air gap for an ultra-neat installation. All of Joule’s cylinders have stainless steel tube coils to ensure optimal performance and high heat transfer rates. The cylinders are also ErP-compliant with B-C-rated versions available as standard and A-rated cylinders available made to order.

David Klages, Managing Director at Joule, said: “Over the last eight years, we have worked tirelessly to develop our product range, manufacturing processes and machinery, and have listened to our customers’ needs and expectations. With their high performance and quality, we believe that the Cyclone brand of cylinders lead the way for the next generation of hot water cylinder development.

“We are now the fastest-growing unvented cylinder manufacturer in the UK and we certainly couldn’t have achieved this without our loyal – and growing – customer base.

“We are running this promotion to say thank you to installers who are purchasing multiple Joule unvented cylinders. We wanted to give our customers something they’d find really useful, and know that Snickers workwear is a popular choice among heating installers.”

Installers can claim a Snickers hoodie by completing an online form by January 30 2019. For further information, please visit the Joule website.

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