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MelbChick
24 April 2012
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Apr 24, 2012 7:31 pm
Thanks fynn. We also have decided to go with the delonghi panels and the bosch boiler (not the condensing one though). Good luck with your new heating..
Thanks fynn. We also have decided to go with the delonghi panels and the bosch boiler (not the condensing one though). Good luck with your new heating..
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MelbChick
26 March 2012
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Mar 26, 2012 12:38 pm
We have Brivis currently and it does a great job. Had it for 4 years or so and still running good.
We have Brivis currently and it does a great job. Had it for 4 years or so and still running good.
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MelbChick
26 March 2012
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Mar 26, 2012 12:34 pm
We'll be using 15-17 panel and zone up different levels. Supreme Heating has given us the highest quote and the cheapest so far we received from is Ascot Heating. We obtained 3-4 quotes, which is making it more difficult to know who is using the best of the best.
Ascot Heating uses Henrad panels which is a Belgium brand and I gather they should be good.
Some of the places are not even responding back.. They must be really busy.
Will let you know who we go with but at this stage looks like Ascot Heating.
We'll be using 15-17 panel and zone up different levels. Supreme Heating has given us the highest quote and the cheapest so far we received from is Ascot Heating. We obtained 3-4 quotes, which is making it more difficult to know who is using the best of the best.
Ascot Heating uses Henrad panels which is a Belgium brand and I gather they should be good.
Some of the places are not even responding back.. They must be really busy.
Will let you know who we go with but at this stage looks like Ascot Heating.
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MelbChick
18 March 2012
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Mar 18, 2012 4:32 pm
Hi,
We've received a few quotes for hydronic heating with different brands. Following is a list of what we have received back as choices, but it is hard to determine what is good and what is not. It would be great if any of you can provide some feedback from experience if you have used the following for your hydronic heating..

Panels:
- Delonghi
- Henrad
- Zenitherm

Boiler:
- Sime Format DGT High Efficiency Modulating Hydronic Boiler – 123Mj - (30KW)
- Baxi Luna 3 1240i boiler

Thermostat:
- Siemens Rev17
- Honeywell

Piping:
- Rehau with Armaflex Insulation 10mm thick rubber
- Fully insulated Uponor multi layer composite hydronic piping
- Emmeti Gerpex
Also, does bigger panels mean more heating capacity? Some got back to us with the same number of panels but varying (smaller) sizes than others.

Your feedback is much appreciated here.
Hi,
We've received a few quotes for hydronic heating with different brands. Following is a list of what we have received back as choices, but it is hard to determine what is good and what is not. It would be great if any of you can provide some feedback from experience if you have used the following for your hydronic heating..

Panels:
- Delonghi
- Henrad
- Zenitherm

Boiler:
- Sime Format DGT High Efficiency Modulating Hydronic Boiler – 123Mj - (30KW)
- Baxi Luna 3 1240i boiler

Thermostat:
- Siemens Rev17
- Honeywell

Piping:
- Rehau with Armaflex Insulation 10mm thick rubber
- Fully insulated Uponor multi layer composite hydronic piping
- Emmeti Gerpex
Also, does bigger panels mean more heating capacity? Some got back to us with the same number of panels but varying (smaller) sizes than others.

Your feedback is much appreciated here.
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