The water quality of the fill water is becoming increasingly important for modern heating technology. VDI 2035 provides clear guidelines for the correct filling of the heating system and the water quality. Compliance with VDI 2035 is also a prerequisite for guarantee and warranty claims.
The consequences of incorrect filling are limescale and corrosion damage that can lead to malfunctions in the entire system. By filling them with deionized water (low-salt procedure) you minimize these problems. The lower the electrical conductivity, the lower the likelihood of corrosion.
Professional tools for the production of heating water according to VDI 2035. The correct replenishment of heating water is also ensured with simple and high-quality refill units. Regulating devices and cleansing agents can protect muddy and corrosion-prone heating systems.
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When buying a new heater, the topic of energy-saving heating comes first. Who would want to invest in an energy-saving heating system if they subsequently lose a lot of energy in the production and transport of heat?
If there is a risk that the heating pipes are silted up, professional cleaning of the heating system with a professional cleansing agent is recommended.
Filling with deionized water (corrosion-inhibiting water) ensures that the renewed risk of corrosion formation and thus sludge formation are minimized. For the long-term regulation of the heating water and the reliable prevention of new deposits, the installation of a magnetic heating water regulator is recommended. This does not only save energy, but also reduces the risk of damage caused by corrosion in control valves and pumps. Only when the pipes are free does the homeowner have optimal heat transfer. Normally, the heating can be operated at a lower temperature after cleaning.