Why must the heating system be adjusted?

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The average indoor temperature of a building that is not properly adapted is often higher than necessary. During the heating season, it is often too hot on the lower floors, and too cold on the upper floors. A common solution is to increase the flow temperature in the heating system. The result is that residents on the upper floors stop complaining while the residents on the lower floors open their windows and air out their excess heat. Adjusting a heating system is an energy efficient measure with a short payback period, while the number of complaints related to the indoor climate is kept to a minimum during the heating season.

Common complaints from residents in a property that show the need for an adjustment are for example

  • Low indoor temperature
  • Uneven indoor temperature
  • Noises from the radiator valves

What stages are included in an adjustment?

 

  • Calculation of the flow through all the collection valves and radiators in the heating system
  • Removing the thermostat valves
  • Balancing of radiator valves and collection valves
  • Optimisation of controllers, shunt groups and pumps
  • Checking the indoor temperature during the heating season
    Refitting of thermostats 

 



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