Get the best reliability with domestic heating systems
When it comes to domestic heating, reliability is everything. Reliable heating systems ensure that the comfort of the home remains intact, but efficient pumps also go a long way to provide this. Pumps are responsible for 10% of the total electricity in the world, simply due to the fact that many of them run inefficiently. With a high-efficiency solution, however, you will not only bring savings to your customers, you will also reduce their environmental footprint.
Are you on top of The New Benchmark Commissioning Checklist?
Due to The New Benchmark Commissioning Checklist, boilers must now be installed and commissioned to the manufacturers' instructions and the checklist's data fields completed in full. The Heating and Hotwater Industry Council, HHIC, in partnership with major boiler manufacturers, installers and representatives from across the supply chain have revisited the Benchmark scheme and updated the commissioning checklist in the UK. For installers, this means that when installing a boiler, commissioning including hydronic balancing is now mandatory to ensure boiler's warranty remains valid.
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What is the heating system filling water requirement?
VDI Guideline 2035 Part 1 has been in effect since 2005, and VDI Guideline 2035 Part 2 has been in effect since 2009. These guidelines represent recognised rules of the technology. Ongoing technical advances as well as efficiency improvements and energy optimisation mean that modern heat generators and heating pumps are designed with lower tolerances than they were in the past. These technical advances have led to increased demands placed on the medium pumped in the system, as defined by ...
Why is the heating system making noise?
Possible cause of the fault
The flow rate is too high
This can be resolved by setting the pump to a setting other than "AutoAdapt"
Note the pump setting that appears on the display.
Then use Button 5 to switch the pump to "AutoAdapt". (for MAGNA, use Button 3)
If the supply of heat is sufficient at this point, leave it at this setting.
If the supply of heat is not sufficient, restore the previous setting...
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