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eagleeye

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I know that the condense from a boiler can only be terminated into a rainwater downpipe if its foul and rain combined but if its not and its easier and more tidy to run it into a separate rainwater downpipe is it OK to use a condensate neutraliser internally then run 32mm off of that to external via an air gap to downpipe ??

I cant seem to find any document to tell us yey or nay
 
ShaunCorbs

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Yes it’s fine but must be serviced yearly eg the cartridge replaced etc
 
SJB060685

SJB060685

My OFTEC book doesn't give any clarification, only to not discharge into rain water. Thanks for the clarification Shaun
 
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