Inta launches HIU

Published:  03 March, 2016

Inta, heat interface unit, HIU, space heating

Inta’s Hiper heat interface unit (HIU) has separate plate heat exchangers for heating and DHW. Features include a factory-set non-electric temperature-control valve to prevent the risk of scalding if the power supply fails. Dual-speed PID control intelligently controls the heat into the plate heat exchange by the electronic modulation of a PICV (pressure-independent control valve).

For ease of servicing, the two heat exchangers are at the front of the unit and secured with four bolts. The large strainer mesh at the primary connections is four times larger than a convectional strainer.

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