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zoned central heating sys

Postby Penfold1973 » Tue May 22, 2007 9:43 pm

Hi All

Can any help me i have a commercial premises and would like to have one boiler to run heating to 4 zones is this possible and can anyone explain how it is done?

I am hoping to use a combi boiler! Anyone interested in quoting? Blackpool?


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Simply Build It

Postby jondeau » Wed May 23, 2007 8:10 am

Plumbing wise it's not difficult to do, simply a matter of fitting motorised valves to each zone.

The wireing of the control system is where it gets a bit more complex
and this depends on what level of control you want to have for your zones.

If you want each zone to have its own time switch and/or thermostat and the ability to switch the boiler on and off independantly, then you are looking at banks of relays and a lot of wireing.

Sounds like an interesting job........but a bit too far away for me I'm afraid.

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