Installing Heat Hero Gravity to Link an Open Vented System into a Pressurised Heating System
Heat Hero Gravity can be easily zoned and is the only safe, open vented, gravity, fully pumped, pressurised solid fuel heating system on the market.
The most efficient way to link up a Solid Fuel Boiler to a High Pressure Sealed system is to connect the Heat Hero Direct to the solid fuel side and a Heat Exchanger on the High Pressure Sealed side of the heating system. This means the solid fuel side of the system will have no heat exchanger and will circulate the water from the Solid Fuel Boiler to the radiators and hot water cylinder directly and efficiently.
Heat Hero will create approx. 0.7 bar of pressure on the solid fuel side of the heating system this allows the solid fuel boiler and the high pressure boiler to work safely and efficiently together.
Heat exchangers are not efficient when installed in a solid fuel heating system because a solid fuel boiler is a non-controlled heat source and not thermostatically controlled. Heat exchangers work efficiently when installed on a controlled heat source like oil or gas boilers that are thermostatically controlled.
Heat Hero creates pressure and strong circulation which heats the water in your solid fuel boiler more often and gives a much better transfer of heat to the radiators, hot water, room heat and you won’t burn as much fuel. Heat Hero can improve the efficiency of your whole heating system by up to 30%.
Heat Hero is an award winning Solid Fuel Heating System and was commended ‘Best Innovative Product’ by SEAI at The Energy Show 2016.
Major Stove Manufacturers recommend Heat Hero now because it makes solid fuel heating systems more efficient which means your Stove, Cooker or Back-boilers can perform to its maximum efficiency..
Problems that Heat Hero has solved in solid fuel central heating systems;
Burning too much fuel and not getting enough heat to the radiators
All of the Radiators not heating
Not enough hot water
Not getting enough room heat from the stove
Banging noises coming from the boiler stove
Water pitching into the expansion tank in the attic
System not allowing the Oil and the Solid Fuel to run together