Heating systems using warm water as vector fluid are called Thermo-Hydraulic systems.
These technological systems heat and cool spaces with or without the presence of water, and comprise heat production, distribution and utilization, as well as regulators and controls. In homes, the use, transfer, control and maintenance of thermo-hydraulic systems that are up to energy savings regulation falls in the hands of the systems manager, often the property owner, who maintains information concerning updates and expenses in the systems booklet. The booklet describes the installed system in detail, and includes all modifications, inspections and updates.
The heating system is made of two principal parts:
System choice is far more complicated than it seems, and it helps to entrust the decision to an informed, qualified professional. The home’s geometric and structural aspects are an important part of the decision, as well as its exposition, the areas to be heated, the required strength, available energy sources and frequency of use. Beyond installation and monthly costs, there are other important things to consider, including practical use and the space required to house the system. A final, and essential point to consider is the type of combustable material to use, and its ecological impact.
The thermo-hydraulic system is the most-used form of heating in Italy, typically generating through a boiler and distributing the heat throughout two-way tubes with a vector fluid that reaches various radiators.
Facile Ristrutturare is licensed and qualified to install, transform, amplify and maintain thermo-heating systems (under the legislation D.M. 37/2008), and offers you quick, effective and professional service. Working with us is working with a serious company; we are here to offer you the system you need, and guide you through planning, installation and maintenance of heating systems.
The construction of a heating system (excluding radiators, hidden radiators, and accessories) with double boiler pipes and in-wall valve control. Isolated sections will be installed within the flooring:
240€ / heating point
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