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Discussion in 'Plumbing Forum' started by Matt0029, Jul 1, 2018.
Discuss Builders not wanting to zone house. in the Plumbing Forum area at UKPlumbersForums.co.uk.
It's what my house is made of.
Honeywell electronic TRV’s might be a good way around this.
You can say that again! Hang on, you did
just read up on these. Is the use of these an acceptable alternative to zoning by running two circuits. As each room is programmable?
I was reading about them recently. I think they might be an acceptable alternative. You’re best off phoning Honeywell technical helpline. They’re really good and will be able to advise fully.
Was there any definitive answer on the Honeywell system ?
Just zone one rad next to boiler.
Sorry I did speak to Honeywell a while back but don’t remember exactly what they said. I ended up doing 4 completely separate Heating zones and a hot water zone for a block of 4 flats
L1a seems pretty clear that the pipe work has to be zoned, L1b seems a slightly grey area, as in when major refurb or replacement there's is a requirement to bring up to standard, I think I'm best to phone honeywell and see if the evo system is adequate or whether you could argue the toss In terms of compliance, no own seems to be definitive on it, and I'm sure there's a whole bunch of upgraded systems out there that are not strictly to regs as the cost could be prohibitive.
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