IRSAP RECOMMENDS

ELECTRIC RADIATORS

Electric Radiators, the fast solution for heating needs Electric Radiators: what do you need to know? Changing or adding to the heating plumbing system, in a house is always has the potential for a lot of building work to be needed; the installation of an electric product is a possible convenient op...
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RADIATORS AS A DECORATIVE ELEMENT

You need to replace your old radiator, why not make your home more elegant, colorful, etc... Style and colour solutions for your home. If you’ve decided to face the complete restyle of your home, with this comes the opportunity to replace your old radiators, but where to start? No problem, with a fe...
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THERMOSTATIC VALVES

The easy solution for energy saving What's a valve? A valve is a simple tap that regulates the flow of hot water in and out of the radiator which then changes the temperature of the room. There are two types of valves: non-thermostatic (manual) and thermostatic (TRV). The TRV controls the radiator's...
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HOW TO BLEED RADIATORS

Practical guide on how to vent your radiator and why it’s important. If you own a radiator that is cold at the top and hot at the bottom, it is likely that your radiator needs venting (bleeding). Pockets of oxygen naturally build up in central heating systems due to the amount of fresh water running...
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HOW TO DISMANTLE A RADIATOR

Have You to take apart a radiator and you're afraid to flood the house? Here's some advice to keep you on your toes. Radiators are part of the most common heating systems. They are generally connected to a hydraulic network that receives heat from a boiler (fed by various fuels such as gas, wood, et...
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HOW TO MOUNT A THERMOSTATIC HEAD

Installing a thermostatic head is a very simple operation, there is no difficulty and can be done by anyone, just follow a few main steps. The first thing to do is to proceed with the disassembly with bare hands of the old manual valve, which will then be replaced with the new thermostatic head. Don...
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Irsap for the environment

Photovoltaic production
Actual Power
0,10 kW
Produced power
8.599.128,26 kWh
CO2 emission
3.491,25 t