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CENTRAL HEATING TRAINING – Lots of different central heating systems. One pipe central heating systems. Two pipe central heating systems. Central heating design. Y plan heating system. S plan heating system. I’m going to talk about warm pipe systems. I’m going to talk about two pipe systems. I’ve got two pipe system, Oh that side. I’m also going to show you some on the floor heating systems. I’m going to show you some S plan and y plan and just try and give you a brief overview of central heating and central heating design. So let’s have a look now. If you’ve got any questions, please ask them in the comments below as we go in on for this video. Don’t wait till the end because you might forget. All right, let’s have a look now.
central heating systems explained on the right onsite here we have a why plan system and we’ll go into that in more detail shortly. I’m on the left. We’ve got an S plum system and this one has two zone valves. Sometimes you might have an S plan plus system on that system. You’d have maybe free zone valves or you could even have more zone valves and again, we’ll go into that in a bit more detail shortly. We could have a one pipe system. This system here is a one pipe central heating system and if we see that we’ve got one pipe, and again we’ll go into that in a bit more detail shortly. We could have a two pipe heating system. So this is a standard heating system that you would normally see in a prop putter.
And then you could also have on the fly heating. So you can have a central heating system that’s got under floor heating. And again we’ll go into this in a bit more detail, Charlotte. So this is a two pipe 18 system. There’s lots and lots of different types of heating systems and ways that you would control the heating system. But the main, the main system we would use is a two pipe 18 system. And what would be, you would have a floor. Now this floor could be in different materials. This is in MLCP pipe and it could be in copper and it could also be in stumbled plastic pipe. This pipe into the radio here, this is the floor I’m out of the road answer. We’ve got returned pipe. So this flow comes from the central heating in Baila and the return goes back to the central heating boiler. So what I’ll go now, we’ll zoom in and I’ll show you this in a bit more
So if we look to pipe system, we can see the flow of air on the floor on this one and it comes off and say I’m going, it goes down. That would go back to the boiler, it might go to downstairs. If this was upstairs and then we can see the return again, it’s separate to the floor, it goes down, let’s say Zane on the return of the other radiators. And again that would go back downstairs or some of the. In this particular case I got the apprentices to partner, so I got them to pipe it in different materials just to give a bit of experience. So they’ve got a bit of experiencing soldiering and they’ve got some experience with CrossFit on copper and then speed set, which is pushed back. And then they’ve got some experience with MLC pay pipe as well. So that should two pipe heating system and that should different materials that you could use to pack it up. What we’ll do now, we’ll have a look at one pipe 18 system and we’ll see how it compares with a two pipe system. If you’ve got any questions on the two pipe Peyton system, please ask them in the comments below. And now we’ll have a look at a one pipe system. If you were looking at one pipe system, so pipes come up, fruit flower box, one pipe system. You could easily mistake thought for a two pipe system, but this is what one pipe system would look like under the flow balls. Sometimes you might see it running around skirtings especially in bigger properties. Um, but not the domestic industry on the floor. So it might be a little bit hard to say. It’s a one pipe system. Sometimes you might have to lift the flow boat up just to have a quick look and what you’d be looking for. You’ve been looking. If it’s got say and it thought say connects into the radio on the other side, I’m just assuming and just show you that there. So if it connects them on the other side so we know the, the flow and the return above connected together. So we’ve got one pipe system you would still have lack of flow. I never turn that would come out of the boiler but that flow me turn would just link together. So it would just come out of the boiler, go run the heat and circuit. And then back to the bowler. I’m off that one pipe that goes round. You will then have you ready? It is on the big this.

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