The SpeedComfort helps increase comfort in the home.
SpeedComfort helps contribute to significantly save money on your energy bills. This is because of several smart properties:
In order to make optimum use of what the SpeedComforts have to offer in terms of saving energy and increasing comfort, it is important to select the right radiators and/or convectors in the home. These are usually found in the living areas.
One or more SpeedComforts can be used, depending on the length of the radiator or convector. You can connect them with the supplied 30 cm connecting cable.
Loose cables of 60 cm and 120 cm are available separately. This allows you to bridge larger distances, in a bay window for example. The adapter cable can be extended in the same way if a power supply is a bit further away.
For longer radiators and convectors, 20 units can be connected to one power supply. To achieve this, expansion sets consisting of a SpeedComfort and a connection cable are available in the e-shop.
Depending on the location of the nearest power outlet, the SpeedComfort can be put into place with the adapter connection on the left- or right-hand side.
If you want to test the SpeedComfort first, do so on a radiator or convector with the right dimensions, and adjust the central heating water temperature.
Once the SpeedComforts are in place, it is important to reduce the central heating system water temperature. Boilers for most installations are normally left at the factory settings (usually 80-85 degrees). The SpeedComforts ensure that sufficient heat enters the room at a lower central heating water temperature.
The extent of how low the water temperature in the central heating system can be reduced depends partly on the insulation qualities of the house and the quality of the central heating system. Initially, the flow temperature can be lowered to 60 degrees. If this works well, gradually lower the water temperature further.
If help doing this is required, contact an engineer in your area who can help.
Central heating installations are usually not balanced optimally, resulting in inefficient use of energy: the room temperature varies constantly or radiators remain cold.
Hydronic Balancing (HB) is essential to ensure proper functioning of central heating systems.
HB optimizes the distribution of water in a heating system so providing the optimal indoor climate.
By using an ajusting screw for the radiator valve, presetting the thermosthat or using a seperate valve the water flow through the radiator can be increased or decreased. Balancing an installation is a complicated and involved procedure.
Only a limited amount of heating engineers offer this specific service.