Lowering flow temperatures to reduce energy bills – What installers need to know
Now the energy price cap has hit and energy bills have been increased by £693 for approximately 22 million customers, homeowners are taking measures into their own hands to try and reduce their energy costs. But what does this mean for the installer? Drayton was joined by Richard Burrows, Jo Alsop, Kim Betty, Paul Hull […]Read More
Should installers reduce flow temperature to make heating systems more efficient?
Richard Burrows – Director of The INTERGAS Shop – takes a look at one of the most-debated topics in the heating industry today: What a difference a year makes. Lots of us say this, but oh boy has it applied over the last 24 months. Ignoring the obvious things going on in the world, which […]Read More
Does anything really change in the heating industry?
Rob Berridge – Heating Design Consultant – looks at how much has changed when it comes to efficiency in the heating industry, and asks how we can do more?: No one surely lives in a world now, where the poetry of such, ‘preposterous oiks’ such as Black Sabbath or The Pistols of Sex, is so offensive […]Read More
Opinion: A realistic roadmap to decarbonising heat
Heating Consultant Rob Berridge (EngTech MCIPHE) looks at Henry’s Law, oxygen in heating systems, and gives his realistic roadmap to decarbonising heat: How many times have you watched water boil? How do you know when it’s boiling? Why do you instinctively hold your children at bay when near the area? When is the right time to turn the […]Read More
Has gas had its day? Rob Berridge takes a look
Rob Berridge, a Heating Design Consultant and Director of Heat Engineer Software, looks at whether gas will have a place in the future energy mix: When I started this train of thought I shuddered at the thought of my beloved fuel (gas) becoming obsolete. I say obsolete but in reality, I am only referring to […]Read More