Over 80% of existing heating systems have a huge potential for optimisation. Hydraulic balancing ensures the optimal distribution of water flows in a heating system, so that the right amount of heating water is available at the right time in the right place in the building.
Tests by Salford University have shown that controls are the key to improve efficiency. They found that a condensing boiler without temperature controls will run in condensing mode for only 5% of the time, whereas one with temperature controls ran in condensing mode for up to 80% of the time.
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