Theta Dual Service

Theta Dual Service is A.O. Smith’s unique way of using hot water from a water heater for both sanitary hot water and space heating. These modules can be used in combination with a BFC Cyclone, SGE or SGS system. This is a perfect solution for locations where there is a large demand for hot water and a small demand for heating.

Due to the intelligent control, the system can utilize its storage for both hot water and heating; from one system, without compromising on comfort.

Features Theta Dual Service

  • Module to combine central heating with a high efficiency water heater
  • Used in combination with a condensing gas-fired water heater BFC Cyclone or solar water heaters SGE or SGS
  • Tailored modules for BFC, SGE and SGS
  • For applications with a relatively small heating demand compared to the hot water demand
  • Delivered as complete package: plate heat exchanger, DHW pump, three-way mixing valve, control, temperature sensor incl. clip and connection materials
  • The maximum distance between the appliance and the plate heat exchanger can be 5 meters (in a system with a pipe diameter of Ø 22mm)
  • Initial investment, service- and maintenance costs are considerably lower than a stand-alone boiler

Options Theta Dual Service

  • Remote Display for SGE and SGS which shows temperatures and solar contribution
  • BMS Interface for monitoring up to 50 parameters through a Building Management System
  • Insulation materials for the plate heat exchanger

 

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As a manufacturer of high-end appliances A.O. Smith claims to maximize user convenience and comfort. Therefore, we must be able to support and guarantee that our products run impeccably. Customer satisfaction throughout the service life of our products, that´s A.O. Smith´s promise.
By offering a comprehensive range of services (such as sizing, commissioning, service and maintenance) A.O. Smith validates that promise.