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  • Boilers. To condense or not ? | Singletrack Magazine Forum

    Be careful with lowering water temps, the radiator is sized to give a certain output (e.g. 1.5kW) at a certain mean water temp (e.g. if your boiler produces 80C water, and the water leaves the Learn More

  • How much bigger do the radiators for a heat pump system

    There's no single answer to this question. On the one hand, you can use a high temperature heat pump that produces water at the same temperature as a gas boiler, in which case you can use exactly the same radiators - they don't care where the wateLearn More

  • What temperature should a condensing boiler be set at

    The Enerblue range includes the Bronze 80C which provides the specifier with an extremely high performing range of water source heat pumps that are able to deliver flow temperatures up to 80C. Pure Thermal directly provide the complete range of Enerblue equipment within the UK supported by a full range of services from design through to installation & maintenance support.Learn More

  • Heat Pump Hydronic Heating Systems, Solar Power, and

    Feb 24, 2019 · What all this means is you can put a 30kW gas boiler on a 20kW heatload, it will quickly heat the water to its set temp (80C) then modulate, the water will be flowing through the rads at 80C and heat the house quickly up to temp, then cycle off. (On most boilers you can program the water output temperature.Learn More

  • Retrofit | Pure Thermal

    A High Temperature heat pump system is able to operate at temperatures up to 80C which mean that a Pure Thermal Heat Pump is able to be configured to work with an existing boiler system or alternatively operate as a stand-alone system. to reduce a projects capital cost a retrofit 70C High Temperature Heat Pump system could be designed/sized Learn More

  • Managing your central heating - Transition Cambridge

    Balancing the system is a matter of optimising the radiator valves and the boiler pump rate to get an optimum temperature drop through the whole circuit and in each radiator. If you don't balance the system then the upstairs radiators tend to get all the heat and the last radiators in the circuit take a long time to warm up.Learn More

  • Water Heating Calculator for Time, Energy, and Power

    Mar 13, 2016 · I'm looking at a 50,000 btu boiler with a heat exchanger to heat a 33,000 gallon pool to 90 degrees f. I've run then calculation through the formula above, and it's coming up with a 600,000 btu boiler to raise the water temp (68f) in 5 hours to 90f, which seems to be a really high …Learn More

  • Can a heat pump replace a gas boiler? - Quora

    In general, not satisfactorily. The main reason for the dissatisfaction is the quality of the heat provided by each system: The gas-fired one will be providing a warmer environment while running; the heat-pump runs at a higher flow and a lower temLearn More

  • Hydrocarbon Heat Pump and Solar Experts

    What all this means is you can put a 30kW gas boiler on a 20kW heatload, it will quickly heat the water to its set temp (80C) then modulate, the water will be flowing through the rads at 80C and heat the house quickly up to temp, then cycle off. (On most boilers you can program the water output temperature.Learn More

  • Boilers. To condense or not ? | Singletrack Magazine Forum

    Be careful with lowering water temps, the radiator is sized to give a certain output (e.g. 1.5kW) at a certain mean water temp (e.g. if your boiler produces 80C water, and the water leaves the Learn More