District Heating

Electronic controllers with weather compensation

A sensor on the northern side of the house measures the outdoor temperature. The weather compensator then determines how warm the water in the heating system needs to be in order to ensure the requested room temperature inside the house. So you get the comfort temperature you want with energy consumption at a minimum - around the clock.
The weather compensator also provides the opportunity to save extra energy when you set it to automatically lower the temperature in periods where you don't use the house e.g. during working hours and holiday periods. This ensures comfortable temperatures when you are at home and extra low energy consumption when you are out.
  • Secure heating control with optimized comfort periods
  • Perfect interaction with floor heating systems
  • Easy maintenance and service
  • Save money and energy
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A smart investment

A smart investment

An electronic weather compensator is a smart investment for homeowners interested in saving energy and cutting down on energy costs.
The savings you achieve by letting the controller lower temperatures when you are away from home, or at night when you are sleeping will soon bring returns on the initial investment, ensuring an efficient heating system and lower heating bills in future.
Integration in substation infrastructure

Integration in substation infrastructure

In most cases, the electronic weather compensator is an integrated part of the heating substation, controlling the heat and hot water needed for the building in which it is installed.
But this is not always the case; sometimes the controller might need to be bought separately and connected to an existing heating system.
Pro-active adjustments

Pro-active adjustments

The electronic controller with weather compensation is designed to be the intelligent hub of your heating system. It pro-actively adjusts the the heat supply to changes in the outside weather conditions and thereby ensure that you will never e.g. overheat your home if the weather should suddenly change for the better.