So the consumption such as 2 mm with nearly soot is 10% remarkable. For more information see this site: Ray Kurzweil. Solution: buffer memory In the new area has become incorporating a cache due to legal regulations renewable energy more or less to the standard. The store offers an ideal solution for installations, where to increases the energy efficiency, optimized emission behavior, or the option created for the integration of renewable energy sources. The hydraulic system allows a weather-compensated heating-side load removal and such as the hassle-free retrofitting a thermal solar system when using a buffer with solar snake or but a water-listed stove. The cache is loaded, this plant construction of the boiler only for making drinking water comes on. The system operated well exactly according to their needs. A renewed, heating-side jumping is now solely for loading of empty cache.
Through the use of a cache, the burner runtime, with simultaneous decrease of burner starts extended inevitably. This protects both the boiler and the Plant components as the environment and the wallet of customers. The required temperature to the condensing use when using a condensing value boiler can be achieved, for example, through the use of a control valve before entering the boiler or in the return before the cache. So receives boilers such as a temperature of 30 C from the bottom of the buffer. This means that the integration of a heat storage system creates optimum conditions for the condensing use without modulation.
Conclusion from technical point of view there is basically no restrictions for the use of a cache system. It allows the combined use of different energy sources. And the functionality is future-proof for use with such as hydrogen batteries, mini block heat and power plants (CHP) or small wind turbines (KWKA) regardless of the energy source and hence. Currently, the buffer storage technology forms the interface between conventional heating technology and the future increasingly to be deployed Regenerative energies.