Heating & Hot Water

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Part L of the Building Regulations apply to central heating boilers and controls, hot water storage & controls. The use of controls will enable time and temperature control of heating and hot water and therefore also contribute to energy efficiency levels. Boiler interlock will also be achieved making further savings in both money and fuels. Room Thermostats, Programmers or Programmable Thermostats, Thermostatic Radiator Valves (TRV'), Cylinder Thermostats, Zone Valves also known as motorised valves, automatic by-pass, low energy circulating pumps, zone thermostats, pipe thermostats etc are all needed for a central heating and hot water system to operate efficiently.
Gas and Oil Central Heating Boilers: Advice to Householders 
Important Information about changes to Building Regulations. From 1 April 2005, all new gas boilers fitted in England and Wales must be high-efficiency condensing boilers. This change will not apply to oil-fired central-heating boilers until 1 April 2007. ... [ read more ]
Gas and oil central-heating boilers - Advice to householders 
Information leaflet on the raising of energy performance standards for new and replacement gas-fired hot-water central-heating boilers, as of 1st April 2005. [ read more ]
Low or Zero Carbon Energy Sources: Strategic Guide ISBN: 13 978 1 85946 224 9
Low and zero carbon (LZC) energy sources are increasingly being installed in buildings e.g. small-scale and micro-CHP units, photovoltaic panels and building-mounted wind generators. This strategic guide is intended to support the inclusion of LZC energy ... [ read more ]
These systems are usually fuelled on gas, although some can burn a range of other fuels, and produce electrical power and thermal energy from the single fuel source. [ read more ]
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