According to a YouGov study smart home devices are becoming more prevalent in UK households. In exploring this growing trend, Gareth Ash, Marketing and Technical Support Manager at Danfoss, considers the real benefits of smart heating controls.
Gareth Ash, Marketing and Technical Support Manager at Danfoss, looks at why a growing number of domestic boiler and control manufacturers are adopting the OpenTherm communication protocol.
Gareth Ash, Marketing and Technical Support Manager at Danfoss, explains how fitting TRVs provides a simple way for installers to boost condensing boiler efficiency and achieve increased energy savings for their customers.
A longstanding Danfoss installer, George Kerr of GDK Heating & Plumbing in Inverness, says the Danfoss Link central controller provides a smart way to control home heating for increased comfort and reduced energy bills. In fact, he’s such a fan he’s installed the system in his own house.
Gareth Ash, Marketing and Technical Support Manager at heating products manufacturer, Danfoss, looks at the importance of hydronic balancing to ensure domestic heating systems operate at optimum energy efficiency for maximum consumer comfort at minimal operating cost.
Danfoss is introducing Installer Hub, a dedicated new website where heating installers can find all the information and support they need when choosing and fitting Danfoss domestic heating controls.
Danfoss has streamlined its high efficiency range of Time controls for domestic heating and hot water systems. The redesigned TS710 and FP720 replace all existing Danfoss timers as part of a major rationalisation programme that gives installers a simpler choice without compromising any features and benefits for end-users.
Danfoss has launched the new look TP5001 programmable room thermostat as part of a major streamlining of its world-class heating controls and timers. The redesigned TP5001 replaces existing TP7000 and TP9000 models, creating an easier choice for installers without compromising any features and benefits for end-users.
Danfoss has extended its range of electronic room thermostats with the new RET2000-OT. This latest development provides modulating control of OpenTherm equipped condensing gas boilers and offers a simple way to comply with Boiler Plus.
Danfoss is giving one lucky PHPI reader a complete Danfoss Link system including; 1 Danfoss Link Central Controller, 1 Danfoss DBR boiler relay, 1 Danfoss Icon room thermostat, 1 Danfoss Link battery pack and 6 Living Connect TRVs.
Danfoss has launched a free Smart Home Skill for the voice-activated Alexa system. The Skill is enabled via the App for the Danfoss LinkTM Central Controller or Danfoss TPOne-STM programmable room thermostat.
Christmas is coming and the ever-popular Danfoss Advent Calendar online competition is back with a daily prize draw for some fabulous festive goodies from 1st December to Christmas Eve 2018.
Gareth Ash, Marketing and Technical Support Manager at Danfoss explains how the latest heating controls can help homeowners save energy without compromising comfort.
The radiator thermostat has given millions of people control of the heating in their home. Danfoss’ iconic invention is turning 75 – more relevant than ever.
Danfoss has made intelligent heating controls even smarter with the new TPOne-S programmable room thermostat.
Danfoss Eco™, the innovative radiator thermostat, has received the coveted 2018 Red Dot Award: Communication Design (Smart Home) for high design quality and creative achievement.
Danfoss, the leading heating controls manufacturer, has launched the next generation in smart heating for the home. Danfoss Link™ is a central controller that provides convenient wireless control of the heating system, via individual electronic TRV’s.
In the 75th year since Danfoss invented the first thermostatic radiator valve, commonly referred to as a TRV, the company’s Marketing Manager, Gareth Ash, charts the development of this popular energy saving product into a new generation of intelligent heating controls that meet the latest regulations.
Fitting Individual room temperature controls such as thermostatic radiator valves (TRV) is among a number of requirements for new buildings, and existing buildings when heat generators are replaced, under the new Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD).
Danfoss has made intelligent heating controls even smarter with the new TPOne-S programmable room thermostat. This latest addition to the TPOne family offers wireless internet connectivity so homeowners can control their heating remotely via smartphone from anywhere at any time.