Low Temperature Heating Systems

New UFH test proves lower flow temperatures make heat sources operate more efficiently

BEAMA’s Underfloor Heating Group has released the latest results from its collaboration on the BEIS DEEP project at Salford University Energy House, providing further evidence that lower flow temperatures can support heat sources to operate more efficiently.  The tests are conducted on response times of various underfloor systems with the key aim of providing BRE and […]

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The low-down on low temperature heating

Driven by the latest updates to Part L of the Building Regulations, low temperature heating systems are the current hot topic of the industry. Whilst Part L of the Building Regulations mainly affects the new build market, extensions of existing properties will also have to meet the new requirements. But how do the new regulations […]

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LCL Awards Level 3 Qualification courses available at Grant UK Training Academy

The LCL Awards Level 3 Award in Low Temperature Heating and Hot Water Systems in Dwellings and the LCL Awards Level 3 Award in the Installation and Maintenance of Air Source Heat Pumps Systems (Non-refrigerant Circuits) are both available at Grant UK’s Wiltshire based training centre. Earlier this year, two new LCL Awards Level 3 […]

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Why engineers love solar thermal in low-temperature heating systems

In his new series of articles for Installer, Nathan James Van Gambling, host of the award-winning BetaTalk podcast, looks at the role solar thermal could play for UK homes. Installers are learning more about low-temperature heating design, which opens the door for solar thermal systems to not only provide abundant hot water in the summer […]

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Low carbon training courses – What installers need to know

Martyn Bridges, Director of Technical Communication and Product Management at Worcester Bosch, discusses the rise in face-to-face training courses as the country eases restrictions: As new low carbon technologies come to prominence, training courses are increasingly being introduced to provide installers with the support they need to be able to move forward with government plans. […]

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