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A collector in heating is a device that is used to connect and branch several heating circuits in one heating system. Its main task is to collect hot water from various sources and distribute it to individual heating circuits that lead to radiators, underfloor heating or other heating elements. The collector ensures an even flow of hot water to the individual circuits and enables their independent control and regulation.

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Even branching of hot water: The collector ensures an even and balanced flow of hot water to the individual heating circuits, which helps to maintain a consistent temperature in different parts of the building.
Independent regulation and control: Thanks to the collector, the individual heating circuits can be regulated independently, which makes it possible to set different temperatures in different rooms and adapt the heating to the needs of the residents.
Optimizing operation: The collector enables heating circuits to adapt to current needs and minimize energy consumption.
Different types:

Simple collector: A simple collector has one input and several output branches for different heating circuits. The warm water flows through the collector and is branched into individual circuits.
Manifold with mixing valve: This type of manifold is equipped with a mixing valve that allows the mixing of hot water from the boiler with cooler water from the return, thereby reaching the required temperature for the heating circuits.
Manifold with service valve: This type of manifold has a service valve that allows a particular heating circuit to be shut down or isolated for maintenance or repairs, without affecting the operation of the other circuits.
Collectors in heating are important components of heating systems that enable efficient and adaptable heating of different parts of the building.

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