Direct system

A direct system is a heating system where the heat emitters are directly connected to a boiler or district heating system. This means, that the district heating water is supplied directly to the consumer’s radiators or other heat surfaces.

A direct system is a heating system where the heat emitters are directly connected to a boiler or district heating system. This means, that the district heating water is supplied directly to the consumer’s radiators or other heat surfaces.
One of the advantages of a direct system is that it requires a minimum of technology or other heat surfaces. Being directly connected to the entire district heating network however has some disadvantages. If a leak arises in the consumer’s heating system, the chances for serious water damages are great, since district heating systems contain virtually unlimited amounts of water.





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