My apartment is equipped with a boiler Idra Exclusive Balloon 28 BVID that feeds 6 radiators.
Of these 6 radiators, 4 are fitted with thermostatic valves and 2 with simple taps (I do not know the name, but those that simply turns towards the + or -).
I started producing heating for several days because the temperature was about 16 to 17 degrees. The temperature is then raised to 23-24 degrees, which is too much. Every day I fall a little knob of the boiler but I do not see a drop in ambient temperature. valves are simple rules in the middle of the + and - and thermostatic on 3 (of 5).
Hence my questions: - such a system is operated there by the boiler/radiator valves/2? - what positions are to be preferred to have a temperature around 19-20 degrees? - thermostats have an adjustment with 5 positions, plus one second set with temperatures in degrees, for a total of 2 ways valve setting. how this rule there?
. short, how to fine tune my system to a suitable temperature, optimum safety and avoid paying too much? ;)
The ideal would be to have a thermostat atmosphere that controls the flow of your boiler, the thermostat should be placed in the room or there are 2 heaters without thermostatic valves, there are thermostats wireless radio fairly easy to ride for someone who has good connaissages electricity. If the equipment is professionally installed, there is always a tax credit of 25% and VAT at 5.5 %
hello do you adjust not your boiler at 50 Â° in the case of a room thermostat, because with a Delta T Â° 25 Â° 70% you lose power radiateur.Si your radiators have been calculated with a delta T Â° 50 Â° it require a departure is 75 degrees.