The Gledhill ElectraMate range are thermal stores that work in a different manor to normal hot water cylinders and water heaters. The ElectraMate stores water which it then heats over night via electricity, making the most of low-cost night electricity rates.
During the day this hot water is used for the central heating, while also being used to heat up mains pressure water for your taps. This method then gives you hot water via taps almost instantly.
Currently there is only one ElectraMate thermal store which is the ElectraMate 2000
Depending on the ElectraMate model, a unit can store either 170 or 270 litres of heated water maintained at 83 degrees. Once this temperature is reached, heating ceases.
For day to day use if the heating system is inactive, the unit will allow water temperature to drop to 55 degrees before on-peak power is used to maintain that minimum temperature. If space heating is active, on-peak power will be used beginning at 65 degrees.
Unfortunately the ElectraMate is no longer in production and that means replacement parts are not as common as they once were. If you do have issues with your ElectraMate many third party engineers will struggle to fix anything that needs replacement parts.
However, at Gledhill Response we are the only official Gledhill approved repair specialist. We have access to far more stock than other none approved engineers meaning that it is much more likely that we can carry out a proper repair for your ElectraMate 2000.
ElectraMate 2000 User Manuals
If you are looking for the ElectraMate 2000 user manual you can download a copy here
If you are looking for the ElectraMate A Class user manual you can download this here
ElectraMate 2000 Installation Manuals
If you are looking for the ElectraMate 2000 installation manual you can download this here
If you are looking for the ElectraMate 2000 12KW Class installation manual you can download this here
If you are looking for the ElectraMate A Class installation manual you can download this here