Sheep Wool Cylinder Insulation – Eco-Economiser


Prevent unnecessary heat loss from occurring through your hot water cylinder by insulating it in the most environmentally friendly way.

The Sheep Wool contained within the jacket is 100% pure, natural and sustainable, which means that not only does it have great cylinder insulation qualities but also will not irritate or harm you if any of the insulation escapes from the cotton panels.

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Sheep Wool Cylinder Insulation – Eco-Economiser

The latest energy saving product from Sheep Wool Insulation is the Eco-Economiser – Sheep Wool Cylinder Insulation. It minimises the heat loss from domestic hot water tanks, which can save you up to £100 per year. These cylinder jackets are made out of natural products, meaning that you no longer need to worry about potentially harmful and irritating fibreglass particles settling on your clean clothes, towels and sheets.

Insulate your hot water cylinder – save money

One of the easiest and cheapest ways to save money within the home is through your hot water water tank. The more insulation you have around your hot water, the less work your boiler or immersion heater has to do to heat it when needed. Imagine a kettle which keeps previously boiler water warm.

Sheepwool – The natural and sustainable insulation

The cylinder jackets comprise of four natural cotton panels filled with 100% natural and sustainable sheep wool, two securing straps and a tie cord. The panels are pre-fitted with brass eyelets to ease installation and ensure a tight fit.

Size      36″ x 18″ (900mm x 450mm) – 35 Gallon (136 Litre)

Material       80mm thick insulation enclosed in thick unbleached cotton cover

Sheep Wool Cylinder Insulation – Installation Instructions:

    • Position the panels vertically around the cylinder, eyelets to the top, so that the connecting pipework passes through the gaps between them.
    • Pass the supplied cord through the eyelets and tie off so that the panels fully cover the top of the cylinder.
    • Use the two straps to secure the panels in the final position. Note that the panels insulate more effectively if they are not compressed, so do not over-tighten the straps


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