About hot water circulation systems
In domestic buildings, circulator pumps keep hot water circulating through a hot water distribution system. This means both transporting hot water from the water heater to the tapping points and sending cooled water back to the water heater.
The pump’s operation can be continuous, regulated via a thermostat, for example, or controlled automatically by AUTOADAPT. In the latter case, hot water is available instantly, so you don’t waste water by letting it run and waiting for it to turn hot.
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