low flow temperatures

We need to design heating systems at a maximum 55°C flow temp – Opinion

In his exclusive column for Installer, industry expert Tim Pollard looks at how we can improve the efficiency of heating systems now and in the future.  As the government begins to back-pedal on its once ’ambitious’ environmental policies, the question of what to do about space heating becomes even more challenging. The latest research from MCS […]

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The biggest challenge for Part L is the new low flow temperatures for heating systems – Opinion

In his exclusive Installer column, energy expert Tim Pollard takes a look at how the industry can transition to low-temperature heating systems, and the challenges involved with doing so: Unless you’ve been in hibernation for the last five years, you will know that the agenda for current and future regulations, and therefore product development, is being […]

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How installers can make sure they comply with Part L building regulations

The way that we heat our homes is one of the biggest contributors to carbon emissions in the UK. So, with ambitious government targets of reducing carbon emissions in homes by 75% under the Future Homes Standard, which is due to come into force in 2025, the changes to Part L have been introduced as […]

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Opinion: “Customers want to be warm, not just tepid”

In his exclusive column, Heating Engineer Andy Gibbs takes a look at how 2022 was for installers: It’s the end of the year as we know it! I thought we’d have a little round-up of what’s been occurring this year in the heating world. Boilers were in reality short supply at one stage, which was […]

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