The primary goal of our preventive maintenance is to avoid the failure of equipment before it actually occurs.
For Communal Heating Systems
Our Planned Preventive Maintenance is a schedule of planned maintenance procedures aimed at the prevention of breakdowns and failure of plant room equipment. The primary goal of our preventive maintenance is to avoid the failure of equipment before it actually occurs. This is designed to preserve and enhance equipment reliability by replacing worn components before they actually fail.
In addition, our engineers can record equipment deterioration so they can schedule the replacement or repair of worn parts before they cause system failure. The Modusat® remote monitoring system can also detect alarms and equipment failure in the central plant room.
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A communal or district heating system supplies heat to a number of dwellings from a common heat source. It may comprise of, for example, a system heating a block of apartments or a larger scale system heating many buildings.
A centralised plant room forms the heart of a Communal or District heating system, delivering energy to each dwelling via a main heating primary circuit. This is in line with latest legislation encouraging centralised plant connected to a heat network, rather than the use of individual heating and hot water systems.