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Here you can read about how we solve problems in waterborne heating systems with heat pumps or district heating. You'll also get tips on how to run a heating system safely and efficiently.

Is it messy at your place too?

We have now spoken with suppliers and colleagues about what delivery times for products for heating systems look like. Among other things there are some heat pumps and circulation pumps that take up to six months to deliver. The increased delivery time is due to both the pandemic and the war in Ukraine…

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Are you aware of the increased delivery times?

We have now spoken with suppliers and colleagues about what delivery times for products for heating systems look like. Among other things there are some heat pumps and circulation pumps that take up to six months to deliver. The increased delivery time is due to both the pandemic and the war in Ukraine…

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This thing with ones and zeroes…

Control and regulation equipment can contain a great many settings and functions. Here are some settings that are good to keep an eye on. If you are aware of this you will go far…

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How to avoid problems with a heat pump?

When a ground source heat pump is installed, there must be information about the type of liquid, concentration and quantity, as well as care instructions. Unfortunately a common error is that the concentration of the coolant is too low and therefore one should, among other things, check the concentration at regular intervals…

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What does too high a pressure in a heating system mean?

A few years ago, a condominium association called and asked what they should do with their heating system. They had a water-borne heating system with an electric boiler and a new air/air heat pump in each townhouse apartment but were thinking about connecting district heating…

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Do you know what to do if an accident occurs?

If refrigerant leaks from a refrigerant system, this usually occurs in the form of gas. Some refrigerants only smell at very high concentrations and can therefore be difficult to detect…

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How often do you check the temperature of the hot water?

By keeping track of the temperature of the hot tap water, you reduce the risk of being infected by the legionella bacteria. The disease is uncommon, but those affected can develop severe pneumonia. Here a few things will have to keep track of the currently correct temperature of the hot water…

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