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What is an appropriate pressure level for boilers?

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An appropriate pressure level for boilers is somewhere between 0.7 and 2.5 bars on the central heating system gauge. This will allow for hot water radiators and heated towel rails to work on the network successfully and provide an appropriate level of heating for the household.

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