With the help of an individual heat point (IHP) of a residential building, the heat carrier is transported from the plant or simple boiler room to those utilities that are located in the basement or other technical premises. This includes the following systems:
Hot water supply;
If you choose a modern IHP of the residential building, then you can achieve savings of about 40% of the heat energy supplied to the building, especially when compared with the non-automated (boiler) options.
What is the cost savings attributed to?
According to the design scheme, the individual heat point is connected to the thermal networks, which are known to belong to the heat supply organizations. That's why to install a new or upgrade the existing design, it is necessary to coordinate the project with the heat suppliers, otherwise it will be impossible to formalize all the changes legally.
What does this design consist of? Here you can find heat exchangers that carry out heat transportation, fittings for various purposes, pumps. In addition, the heating unit is sure to have devices that control and measure all processes.
The residential building IHP allows saving money due to the absence of over-estimation by the utility company. They are in place for sure in the case when the consumer actively writes off additional costs and expenses. Now the leakage from the pipes, as well as the lowering of the heat carrier on some parts of the heat tracks will not be compensated at the expense of the residential building. Furthermore, the installation of such plumbing unit makes it possible to take into account temperature changes of the environment. When the temperature is close to zero, the water, fed to the radiator, may differ from the water fed when it is minus 20 degrees. Thus, the effect of saving is obvious.