Collection: Gledhill Electramate

The Gledhill ElectraMate is a combined primary storage unit (CPSU) for domestic hot water supply and central heating utilising off-peak electricity.

As confirmed by the manufacture - Gledhill modifications should not be made. Replacement parts should be purchased from a Gledhill authorised supplier like

We offer 12 months warranty on all Gledhill ElectraMate Spares for sale and we also offer fast delivery on all our Gledhill ElectraMate Parts when you buy them from us.

The Gledhill ElectraMate unvented hot water storage vessels need regular routine checks, we suggest printing the servicing instructions and attach to the Gledhill ElectraMate system.

It is recommended that these checks be carried out at the time of boiler maintenance by an engineer who understands the Gledhill ElectraMate combined primary storage unit (CPSU).

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Gledhill ElectraMate System Info

Top things you must know about the Gledhill ElectraMate

Today it is
essential to have a water heater at home, and one of the most popular is the Gledhill ElectraMate. With the
help of the Gledhill ElectraMate,
you can heat running water easily and quickly, so you can use it anywhere in
your house (kitchen, bathroom, wherever!).


The Gledhill ElectraMate is even
more popular in apartment complexes or small houses, as it doesn't take up as
much space and can also serve two functions: heat water and function as a wet
central heating system.


The Gledhill ElectraMate is a water
heater that never goes unnoticed. Although it has been on the market for years,
the Gledhill ElectraMate has
loyal users who have been using it for years thanks to the durability of the Gledhill ElectraMate and its


With the Gledhill ElectraMate, you will
have a water heater that will rarely fail and will serve you well for many
years to come. For you to know more about the Gledhill ElectraMate, this article will be dedicated
exclusively to it. Keep scrolling down to learn more about the spare parts of
the Gledhill ElectraMate, the
pros and cons of the Gledhill
, and everything you need to know about it.

Introduction to Gledhill ElectraMate

Part of the success
of the Gledhill ElectraMate
is because it was developed with the latest technological advances, but without
losing sight of the strengths that the Gledhill
brand already had. The Gledhill
serves both to provide pressurized hot water and
traditional wet central heating from conventional radiators. These radiators of
the Gledhill ElectraMate use
electricity during off-peak hours, making it much more sustainable.



The Gledhill ElectraMate has an
electronic sensor that is responsible for monitoring the temperature of the
water accumulator. In this way, when the Gledhill
accumulator runs out of water, the water recharge cycle
restarts, thus preventing you from running out of hot water.


The Gledhill ElectraMate control
system automatically selects the store load temperature and controls the
thermostat differential to match electrical rates. Therefore the Gledhill ElectraMate helps you
not to spend more money, and to keep a large amount of hot water stored.

With the Gledhill ElectraMate, you can
control everything through the user controls. This is thanks to the thermostat
that comes with the Gledhill
and you can program it yourself according to the
temperature you want your water to have.

Common Faults with Gledhill ElectraMate

There are 3 main
faults that your Gledhill ElectraMate
can have, but the good thing is that all of them have solutions.


The most common
failures of the Gledhill ElectraMate

• The system is

• Hot water service
of the Gledhill ElectraMate
is unsatisfactory

• Space heating
service is unsatisfactory


If your Gledhill ElectraMate is making a
lot of noise, this is probably due to a faulty water pressure system. Any
plumber who is knowledgeable in the Gledhill
will be able to easily help you fix it.


The bar pressure of
your Gledhill ElectraMate
should not be less than 1.0, otherwise, that too can cause noise. Again, any Gledhill ElectraMate specialist
will be able to help you with ease as this is one of the most common and most
solvable problems with the Gledhill


If your Gledhill ElectraMate is not
heating the water as you would like, this can also have different causes. For
one thing, it could be that the electrical connection to the Gledhill ElectraMate is failing.
In that case, you should cut off the electricity to avoid any kind of danger,
and you should always contact a specialist.


It could also be
that someone has lowered the temperature on the control panel of your Gledhill ElectraMate (it could
have happened by accident). In that case, you just have to change the
temperature on the control of your Gledhill


The fact that the
temperature of the water that comes out is not that hot, may also have to do
with the fact that your Gledhill
is recharging the amount of water stored. This usually
happens if you have had a lot of baths or used a lot of hot water, as the Gledhill ElectraMate will take
longer to heat up the new water.

Parts available for the Gledhill ElectraMate

2 Pole contactor, 25Amp (XB014)

22mm Ball o fix valve (GT024)

 22mm Pump valves (XB121)

 25 Amp fuse(XB364)

3 Pole contactor, 63Amp (XB002)

35 Liter expansion
vessel (including bracket) (was XG193, now XG217) (XG217)

 5 Amp fuse (XB382)

 90 Degree angle
ballvalve (XB398)

 AAV/AVV pipework

 AC30 fuse base

 Anti vacuum valve

 Appliance control
PCB (version 40) (GT155)

 Automatic air vent

 Brass housing

 CA backflow
prevention valve (XB390)

 CA valve retrofit
kit CW shock arrester (MIP042) (discontinued)

 Electronic noise
filter (XB307)

 Expansion relief
valve (GT195)

 Flow regulator

 Grundfos 15/50
pump (XB004)

 Hot water sensor

 Interface SPCO
relay (XB018)

 Jumpers (ZB024)

 MCB single pole
20A (XB027)

 MCB single pole
25A (XB026)

 MCB single pole 6A

 Mixing valve

 Mixing valve
SUPERSEDED BY XC005 & ZB014 (XC006 )

 Mixing valve/CA
valve washers (XC008)

 Off delay relay
(T1 & T2) (XB016)

 Off delay relay
(T3) (XB017)

thermostat (GT064)

 PCB stand off pegs

 PHE washers

 Plate heat
exchanger (GT017)

 Pressure reducing
valve (XB391)

 Primary system
pressure gauge (GT179)

 Programmable room
stat (XB365)

 Pump valve and
housing (GT045)

 Pump valve washers

pipework (ZB014)

 Single check valve

 Store sensor

 Switch heating
element (XB135)

 Tundish (XB392)

 Y strainer (XB314)


The conclusion to the Gledhill ElectraMate

The Gledhill ElectraMate is a great
option if you want a water heater that is easy to install. It is perfect if you
live in apartments or if you do not have much space, since, in addition to
heating the water, the Gledhill
can help you with heating.

It is always necessary
that the installation of a Gledhill
be carried out by a certified specialist. In the event of
any fault that your Gledhill
has, it is recommended that you contact an expert before
trying to solve it, in this way you will avoid exposing yourself to any type of

The Gledhill ElectraMate can last
for many years, especially if you have annual check-ups with a specialist. This
way you can prevent any major failure in your Gledhill ElectraMate and give it more years of life.