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april 2011

The importance of thermostats in boilers

The choice of a thermostat for a boiler is very important for reducing the emission of pollutants and lowering consumption.

A mechanical component must work at nominal conditions that allow continuity over time: for example, a thermostat for boilers must be able to detect the temperature or any variations of it with minimum reading errors so as to allow the boiler to control the flow of heat necessary for heating water or any other working fluid.
It may seem a foolish point to make, but the thermostat contributes to lowering the boiler’s consumption and indirectly also contributes to reducing the emission of the polluting particles responsible for the greenhouse effect and the increase of particulate in the atmosphere, i.e. of all those substances which, suspended in the air, can harm human health.
The optimisation of the production chain is, as explained above, essential to the protection of human health and the environment. This is why Gnali Bocia focuses heavily on the safety of the whole range of its thermostats up until their installation and testing inside the boiler.
Generally, a low consumption boiler with relatively low flow rates is preferred for domestic use so as to avoid any losses and subsequent fluid top ups. A thermostat able to detect the temperature of the fluid in the boiler with high accuracy and able to consequently adjust the functioning of the boiler is therefore essential.



See also
02/02/2015 The right temperature on the boiler thermostat for savings The right room temperature regulated by the boiler thermostat promotes a healthy environment

02/10/2013 Thermostats for hydraulic sysyems Thermostats are inserted in water heaters or boilers to regulate the temperature.

02/09/2015 The installation maintenance and the boiler safety valve Limiting the limy deposits improves the boiler safety valve's life, as well as the one of the system.

02/10/2018 Safety valve for boiler with manually opening Safety valve for boiler with brass unit and specific command for its forced opening

02/05/2017 Boiler safety valves do not always leak because they are faulty There are other, more important things that can cause a boiler safety valve to drip without blaming the product

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