Danfoss brings its heat interface unit to UK

Danfoss, boiler, heat interface unit, space heating, DHW

Danfoss has announced the UK launch of its heating interface unit (HIE) for multi-dwelling developments served by centralised boiler plant or district-heating system. These units provide each property with localised control and metering of energy supplied by the central plant and used for space heating and domestic hot water. These HIUs have a long proven track record as part of low-carbon heat networks in residential developments across mainland Europe.

Each HIU is a self-contained package incorporating a plate heat exchanger with flow proportional controller for DHW on demand, differential-pressure control of the hot-water supply to taps and radiators, and metering of energy consumption. Users have control of the temperature of the hot-water supply using Danfoss thermostatic control valves.

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