Burying An Investment, Not An Expensive Problem

Colin Taylor of Eneteq Services has guest written an article for CIBSE Journal, describing the importance of heat network installation practices to ensure longevity and long-term success. In the article, Colin cites several examples of head network installation recently completed by Eneteq Services in order to highlight key obsticles associated with heat network installation in the UK, and how these can be overcome.

The article explains the importance of a ‘once only’ installation – a process followed by Eneteq Services, in order to minimise maintenance of the system and to prevent the need for remedial works or leak detection once initial installation is complete.

You can read the article in full on the CIBSE Website, or click the link below to download a PDF copy of the article.


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