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Set contains Heat Interface Units (BG 62/2015) and Heat Networks: Code of Practice for the UK (CIBSE/ADE CP1)
Set contains Heat Interface Units (BG 62/2015) and CIBSE's 2015 Heat Networks: Code of Practice for the UK (CIBSE/ADE CP1).
A heat interface unit (HIU) is an essential part of the efficient delivery of heating and hot water to consumers on district and communal heating schemes. The use of an HIU linked to a district or communal heat network in place of boiler can have significant economic and environmental benefits depending on the source of heat and structure of the network. However, successful operation depends on appropriate system design and specification followed by competent installation and maintenance.
BSRIA's Heat Interface Units guide focuses on the issues surrounding the application and installation of both direct and indirect heat interface units for residential and small commercial applications within district and communal heat networks. It will assist specifiers, designers and installers to achieve a functional and efficient solution for space heating and hot water using heat interface units.
More detailed guidance on the selection of heat sources and the design and implementation of heat networks is covered by CIBSE's Heat Networks: Code of Practice UK. It has been produced as a joint project between CIBSE and the Association for Decentralised Energy (ADE). The code aims to produce higher quality design, build and operation of heat networks and raise standards right across the supply chain.