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redbuzzard
@redbuzzard
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Joined: Dec 17, 2022
Last seen: Apr 20, 2023
Topics: 0 / Replies: 18
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RE: 10.5kW unit that needs a new compressor

When brazing copper refrigerant pipes, nitrogen is passed through the pipe to prevent oxidation (contamination) of the inside of the pipe, if I unders...

11 months ago
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RE: Say hello and introduce yourself

@transparent @timminthepeaks>>This speaks volumes about our different perception of the Local Planning Authority!Can't resist a comment. We did...

11 months ago
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RE: New and confused ASHP owner

I'm guessing that is the temp at the location of the FTC controller. Mine is in an "airing cupboard" with the pre-plumbed tank etc and when the door ...

11 months ago
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RE: New and confused ASHP owner

Incidentally, it seems odd to have the towel rails tee'd off the heating flow. Our flow temp (UFH) is never higher than 40C and often not even at blo...

11 months ago
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RE: New and confused ASHP owner

Where are you getting the numbers from? I have about the same, based on the "Energy Delivered" reported by the FTC6 controller. However the total en...

11 months ago
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RE: Say hello and introduce yourself

We are never aware of the 11kW Ecodan when we are inside, or out for that matter. My neighbour's house is 6 metres from it, and he hasn't remarked on...

11 months ago
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RE: Say hello and introduce yourself

@saecula-saeculorum Have you considered MVHR? Assuming you haven't done the ceilings yet, it shouldn't be expensive in the context of a 'new' build. ...

11 months ago
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RE: Wood burning stoves

We installed a multi-fuel stove in our new build, although we do not intend to use "coal", only wood.However there does seem to be a growing (no pun i...

1 year ago
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RE: Ecodan tank temperature oddity

I don't think you need worry in the short term about having water heating on auto if you want to experiment, although the cumulative cost is worth con...

1 year ago
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RE: Is my Ecodan well installed and setup?

I don't know why they have populated that with 50 for heating. It certainly doesn't need to be at 50 and it isn't. Yes it derives flow temp from t...

1 year ago
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RE: Is my Ecodan well installed and setup?

Coincidentally ours was commissioned mid-Feb, and we ran it at 16-18C until we moved in early April. Not strictly comparable as ours is new build, bu...

1 year ago
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RE: Is my Ecodan well installed and setup?

I have 3 electric meters - the main one obviously which I get billed from, one on the heat pump supply which is located by the consumer unit, and one ...

1 year ago
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