Boiler control system uses outside temperature compensation to cut rising fuel bills
A minister has urged hard-hit energy customers to “vote with your feet” in the event of high fuel bills. The Bank of England has warned it expects household energy bills to rise by 15 per cent this year. “Consumers don’t have to take price increases lying down. If an energy company hits you with a price increase, you can hit them back where it hurts – by shopping around and voting with your feet,” Energy Secretary Chris Huhne told the Observer newspaper.
A more effective solution than hunting for a short-term better deal is a system that consistently saves 20 to 30 per cent plus off your heating bills. The HeatingSave Boiler Control System uses a state-of-the-art microprocessor connected to a number of temperature sensors measuring the external outside temperature, room, hot water tank and heating flow & return temperatures. Among its fuel saving features are not over heating a building by applying adaptive outside temperature compensation using 12 different compensation curves that can be simply changed by the user.