With the UK’s uptake of district heating technology continuing to grow, REHAU has been engaging with contractors and specifiers and found questions still remain on material choice.
As the UK’s implementation of sustainable and efficient district heating technology continues to lag behind other European nations, a new whitepaper from REHAU is providing technical advice.
Polymer pipework manufacturer REHAU has reduced heat losses on its PP-R district heating pipe. The PP-R pipework’s lambda value has recently been improved to 0.023W/mK.
With decarbonisation legislation continuing to tighten in the UK, polymer specialist REHAU has carried out a CO2 emissions analysis for contractors.
In an effort to offer greater flexibility to contractors in the supply and installation of district heating networks, polymer pipework specialist REHAU is launching a new range of modular tee fittings.
Polymer pipework specialist REHAU will showcase its market-leading polymer district heating solutions at Futurebuild 2022, from 1 – 3 March.
The Government’s Heat and Buildings Strategy is a welcome development in decarbonising the UK heating sector, but must be supported by further policy if net zero is to be achieved, according to polymer pipework specialist REHAU.
The latest round of financing from the Green Heat Network Fund (GHNF) will be key to ensuring low-carbon district heating schemes are delivered from 2022, according to REHAU.
Steve Richmond, Head of Marketing and Technical at REHAU UK, reacts to the latest emissions reduction target from the Government.
In light of government net zero targets and green initiatives, polymer specialist REHAU has released its latest generation of its pre-insulated pipework to help specifiers and contractors deliver low carbon district heat networks.