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Low temperature heating: Use the flow temperature with gas & oilClassic heating systems of the old generation operate with a high flow temperature of 90 degrees Celsius, which is fed into the heating circuit, while still a considerable return temperature of 70 degrees Celsius flows back into the Heizwasserspeicher.
This has many disadvantages. On the one hand, of course, an enormous fuel consumption is accompanied by these high flow temperatures. At the same time this means a not to be despised pollutant emissions. And the bad thing is that both could be avoided.
Low-temperature heating systems are the alternatives of the present and the future and although this modern heating system is preferably used in connection with renewable energies, a combination with oil or gas heating systems is not only conceivable, but also extremely popular in practice.
Demand-oriented heat generation at low flow temperature
Whether geothermal, wood pellets, gas or oil: the less fuel needed to heat a house, the better it will be for the homeowner and the environment. And that not always 90 degrees Celsius must be displayed on the thermostat, proves the low-temperature heating.
These heating systems are designed to work with a very low flow temperature. A maximum of 75 degrees Celsius is enough,
to achieve an equivalent heat demand coverage, as at 90 degrees Celsius in the lead of an old heating model. As a result, this means that fewer energy sources are consumed, since a lower heating requirement arises.
Come in addition,
That such low-temperature heaters are extremely sensitive equipment that adapts exactly to the outside temperature. This means that by means of gas or oil, the boiler temperature always stagnates at a low level and is only raised to an increased flow temperature when the energy demand increases due to the weather conditions.
Condensing boiler for low-temperature heating with gas and oil
While most heat pumps are already factory-designed for low-temperature heating, this is different for popular gas and oil alternatives. They are only set up on specific customer request as low-temperature heating. For the customer, this changes a lot in terms of its interior fittings with radiators and also in relation to the boiler.
Because low-temperature heaters work most effectively in combination with surface heating, as found in classic underfloor heating, and are only worth considering in connection with gas and oil, if the modernity and effectiveness of condensing technology is emphasized.