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Wilo Glandless Circulating Pump 2300g 230 V £40 @ B&Q
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Wilo Glandless Circulating Pump 2300g 230 V £40 @ B&Q

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Posted 4th Feb

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Amazingly low price for a A++ water pump for your central heating system
Features and benefits: Easy







installation and set-up, accessible through 'Green Button Technology'.







High energy performance is achieved through the proven EC motor







technology and precise setting in 0.1m steps. Longer de-blocking routine







can be activated manually. Error code indication for fast and efficient







trouble analysis.
* Installation required by a qualified electrician
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Is this good for any kind of central heating system?

(I've got an oil fired system & the pump is getting a bit clicky).
Ordered one for spares at this price.
Thanks OP!
Thanks OP, no reviews on B&Q, but great reviews at Screwfix whom have it at £114.99. I don't currently need it, but great to have a back up for when I do need one.
I fitted a Wilo pump to our heating about 10 years ago. A week later I was replacing it with a Grundfos. I've long forgotten even where the pump is.
davester2k04/02/2020 23:20

I fitted a Wilo pump to our heating about 10 years ago. A week later I was …I fitted a Wilo pump to our heating about 10 years ago. A week later I was replacing it with a Grundfos. I've long forgotten even where the pump is.


Same here could never bleed all the air out of it, fitted a grungfos and all OK
I got a back boiler, with pump for Central heating, is this more energy efficient, any benefit to changing pump,is it more quiet, and is it easy to install
Excellent price. I find Wilo far more reliable than Grundfos, and have been told the same by more than one boiler manufacturer.
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Pricklerickle04/02/2020 23:40

I got a back boiler, with pump for Central heating, is this more energy …I got a back boiler, with pump for Central heating, is this more energy efficient, any benefit to changing pump,is it more quiet, and is it easy to install


The efficiency gain of this pales into insignificance compared to the inefficiency of having a back boiler.
deleted241043705/02/2020 08:01

The efficiency gain of this pales into insignificance compared to the …The efficiency gain of this pales into insignificance compared to the inefficiency of having a back boiler.


Yes, and that's without even considering the enormous draught (and cold feet) you end up with when providing adequate air for combustion!
nihcaj05/02/2020 08:46

Yes, and that's without even considering the enormous draught (and cold …Yes, and that's without even considering the enormous draught (and cold feet) you end up with when providing adequate air for combustion!


so no good 🙉
Pricklerickle05/02/2020 08:50

so no good 🙉


It's Back boilers that are no good, the pump you take your chance with!
nihcaj05/02/2020 08:52

It's Back boilers that are no good, the pump you take your chance with!

if I could change it, I would, I have a back boiler with walls with no insulation, lol,

only way this property got epg of minimum e is double glazing and energy saving light bulbs
Sorry, got a phone call from B&Q to say that their suppliers cannot supply this product (probably at this price) and so they cannot supply the product and consequently will refund the amount charged! Sorry folks, too good to work!
HariGB05/02/2020 10:24

Sorry, got a phone call from B&Q to say that their suppliers cannot supply …Sorry, got a phone call from B&Q to say that their suppliers cannot supply this product (probably at this price) and so they cannot supply the product and consequently will refund the amount charged! Sorry folks, too good to work!


Same with just had the call.
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