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The Climapro2 RF Thermostat is a new innovative wireless programmable room thermostat providing advanced central heating and hot water control any time of the week. The two channel Climapro2 RF programmable room thermostat gives the user separate control over the time and temperature of the central heating and hot water providing greater flexibility and comfort. The backlit display provides advanced yet user friendly control and functionality. Simple to use the Climapro2 RF Programmable Room Thermostat unit can be wall mounted or for convenience is portable within the home. Also included with the Climapro2 RF Programmable Room Thermostat is the unique and easy to install RF receiver which fits into the Ultracom2 CXI and SXI models. For added energy efficiency the Climapro2 RF is also capable of room and weather compensation (with the Glow-worm outdoor sensor).
At Boilers2go we recommend the Climapro2 RF Programmable Room Thermostat for use with any of the Glow-worm Ultracom2 CXI or SXI gas boiler models for greater control over the central and heating and hot water. Also the Climapro2 RF can help improve the energy efficiency of the gas boiler when compared to the same boiler being used with a standard room thermostat. The improved energy efficiency can help users reduce their annual gas bills and carbon emissions.
In a closed hot water circuit water cannot be compressed so any expansion in volume, created by an increase in temperature, needs to be accommodated by the expansion vessel. When the water is cold the pre-charge pressure forces the membrane sack, within the vessel, to collapse until the pump is started when the sack starts to inflate. As the temperature in the hot water circuit increases, resulting in the expansion of the water within the circuit, the expanded water enters the sack creating additional volume and lowering the pressure in the hot water circuit. As the water temperature drops the pre-charge pressure force the water from the sack back into the hot water circuit.