grossbritannien en Service Technical glossary Flow temperature

Flow temperature

The temperature of the heating circuit water flowing to a radiator. As a rule, the flow temperature in radiator-heating systems is 70 °C (approx. 40 °C in floor-heating systems). The temperatures are only that high, however, when outside temperatures are low. If the outside temperature increases, flow temperatures are less.

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