Updating Backboiler Controls


Postby mantamark » Mon Dec 27, 2010 9:42 pm

Hi all.

We have recently moved into a house that has a Baxi back boiler fitted in 1998, and we would like a bit more control over the room temperature.

We currently have a vintage Honeywell T6060 analogue wall thermostat which is bang in the middle of the wall, we would like to move the stat to a corner of the room, there are no radiators or doors in that corner, so i assume it will be ok to change & move to there. Have traced the wiring & happy to chase it to where we want it.

We also have a Glow-worm RWB2 Programmer & would like to fit a programmer that has more than two timing settings, ideally one we can program for mon - fri then sat & sun seperatly with at least two programs per day.

I know these systems are poor efficiency, but we are a bit strapped for cash with just moving & there are more inportant things that need doing. We will get round to updating to a combi boiler eventually.

Any reccomendations would be appreciated.

Many Thanks,

Mark.
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Postby htg engineer » Tue Dec 28, 2010 5:24 pm

Do it, if it gives you more control then it's better for you and slightly more efficient.

The Danfoss TP9 or similar is a programmable thermostat, so you don't need the other room stat - if you have somewhere to site it baring in mind wiring and thermostat location.

The Danfoss FP975 is pretty similar but isn't a thermostat.

You'll need an electrician though, or RGI.


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