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Central Heating Controls

Central Heating and Heat Source Control

Central heating controls are an essential element of any heating system. Failing to use the correct thermostatic control and/or the correct heat source controllers will inherently lead to an ill-performing and inefficient system. Using simple dial thermostats or smartphone linked thermostat on an individual room control basis will give you essential temperature control.

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Central Heating Systems

Underfloor Heating Systems

An underfloor heating installation complements any self-build project, an apartment, a new extension or home renovation. Additional space for furniture, individual room temperature control and high efficiency are just a handful of reasons why it’s a very popular home heating choice. Not limited to residential projects, many commercial buildings can benefit from this type of...

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Radiator Heating Systems

The use of the trusted radiator dominates the UK Central heating systems in the UK. With an ever-decreasing estimate of 5% with no central heating at all, the use of radiators in homes could be as high as 90% to 93%. Underfloor Heating led the way of efficient home heating and for a long time leaving radiators behind as the uncomfortable, inefficient predecessor.  However, the...

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Central Heating Manifold Systems

Modern homes are being heated by traditional systems but increasingly using the same manifold principle as an under floor heating system.  Offering improved comfort levels and a lower leak risk many house builders and heating engineers have turned to this method of installation. Trade professionals prefer this method over traditional copper ring circuit method as the number...

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Glycol & Inhibitors

Heat Transfer Fluids and System Inhibitors

Without the correct chemical fluid treatment, a central heating system will inevitably create problems. This can range from inefficiency, damage to the boiler installation, pump damage and potential radiator pinhole damage. Heating systems should be clean, operational and be working to the design expectations. Thus, delivering perfect comfort conditions throughout the home and...

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Mechanical Ventilation

Mechanical Ventilation Heat Recovery Systems (MVHR)

MVHR transfers heat from the air extracted from Kitchens, Bathrooms and Utility Rooms into the incoming fresh air that is gently returned to Living Rooms and Bedrooms.

By providing fresh pre-warmed air by means of a heat exchanger the system offers around 92% efficiency and can reduce energy consumption by up to 40%.

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Plumbing Systems

Manifold Plumbing Systems

Plumbing Pipe and Manifold systems for hot and cold systems are fast becoming the normal method. Reducing leak risk, decreasing installation time and simplifying building regulation conformity. To complement the range of plumbing manifolds we also offer MLC Pipe and press-fit, push fit and compression fittings.

 

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Press Fit Primary Pipework

The primary pipework is the pipe connected from the heat source or cylinder to the heating manifold or directly to an emitter. Pipe sizing in a heating system heavily dictates the achievable flow rate. Installation of the incorrect pipe size will cause performance problems with a heating system. Assessing the flow requirements of the hot and cold feeds to taps and showers are...

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Renewable Energy

Air Source Heat Pump Systems

An air source heat pump unit transfers the heat extracted from the outside air into a heating and/or hot water system. This mechanics of an ASHP system works on the same principle of a fridge freezer, these extract the heat from within the fridge and expel it into the kitchen.
An Air Source unit stands outside the property, usually to the side or rear of the property; this...

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Ground Source Heat Pump Systems

A GSHP (Ground Source Heat Pump) uses a fluid pumped around pipes to collect heat from the ground. Pipes are buried using a horizontal or vertical borehole method.  Ground source systems (often termed as a geothermal heat pump) are a popular renewable energy solution for large rural houses utilising large garden areas or adjacent fields. A ground source heat pump is also particularly...

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Solar Thermal Systems

Thousands of homes throughout the UK benefit from using Solar Panels to produce domestic hot water (Solar Thermal). Homeowners can save as much as 50% on the cost of heating water used for baths, showers and taps. Even with the unpredictable British weather, people are enjoying hot showers heated from solar panel renewable energy technology.

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