In a hydronically balanced heating system, components work more efficiently than in a non-hydronically balanced heating system, thus reducing investment and energy costs. The savings potential for newer and energy-renovated buildings can be up to 10%. The resulting reduction in CO2 emissions provides an active contribution to environmental protection.
In addition, by optimising the water distribution throughout the heating system, hydronic balancing increases overall comfort as heat is distributed evenly across all rooms. Radiators no longer “whistle” and “hiss”, and after cooling during the night, rooms will quickly warm up again within the expected time.
With dynamic hydronic balancing the potential energy savings can be up to 10%
Central heating - two-pipe system
Central Heating – heat interface units
Central heating - One pipe system
Fan coil - 2-conductor system
Fan coil - four-conductor system
Surface temperature control - underfloor heating
Surface temperature control - chilled ceilings
Air handling units – air heaters