Pump stations and heating systems
What are pump stations?
Pump stations are designed for an easy and fast installation with regard to the little space they require and their elegant appearance. They already contain principal components necessary foer any heating system, e.g. a circulation pump, shut-off valves, thermometers, thermostatic or electric control valves etc. All these components are well arranged in thermal insulation. Deciding for a pump station will save your installer’s time and your money as well.
Pump stations for heating systems
The flexible system of pump stations and manifolds makes it possible to form component kits for various heating systems and heat sources. Floor or wall heating can be connected, also traditional radiators or DHW heater. The heat source can be anything from a heat pump over a gas/electric boiler to a solid fuel boiler. The heat source can operate with or without an accumulation tank.
HV-SG type manifolds enable connecting a safety assembly (safety and air release valves and a pressure gauge, insulated) plus an expansion vessel or a drain valve.
Pump stations for instantaneous water heating
A DHW pump station is intended for troublefree and comfort heating of domestic water, keeping the outgoing water temperature within strict limits. This manner of DHW heating eliminates completely any problems with Legionella bacteria and moreover excels at extremely low heat loss. The installation is easy and requires almost no space.
Thermostatic pump stations
In Thermovar LK 810 pump station, return water from a heating system (or accumulation tank) is mixed with boiler flow water which ensures the preset minimum temperature of the return water be maintained (55 °C, 65 °C, 70 °C - model dependant). The boiler then works with better efficiency while heat transfer surface clogging and aggressive condensate formation is reduced. This extends the service life of the boiler substantially. The higher the return line temperature, the lower the risk of condensate formation.
Regulus CS pump stations
Regulus CS pump stations facilitate solid fuel boiler installation since they contain all important components necessary for boiler protection and proper operation in both DHW and space heating. They are intended to be mounted directly on a boiler flow pipe or a wall.