We offer maintenance-free way of heating flats and municipal water, in the form of systemic heat. It is a safe and comfortable product, made away from the place of living and accessible all year round.
The systemic heat is thermal energy, provided to buildings as the heating and hot municipal water. It goes from the place of its production, by district heating or from a local boiler houses, to the district heating substation, located in a technical building. Subsequently, it travels through installation inside a building to the users' taps and radiators. It is worth remembering that the district heating system and the installation inside the building are two independent closed circuits.
Exchange of the energy takes place in the district heating substation. There, water circulating in the system gives up the heat and comes back to be heated up at the production point. The water circulating inside the building installation, consumes the heat and gives it up in radiators. Hot water is produced by heating the municipal water and transporting though internal installation to taps.