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When is a heat main “properly insulated?”

Changes to the Renewable Heat Incentive Regulations in February 2015 mean that some “buried” heat mains which were previously classified as “not properly insulated” can now be classed as “properly insulated” when applying for the non-domestic renewable heat incentive.

Changes to the Renewable Heat Incentive Regulations in February 2015 mean that some “buried” heat mains which were previously classified as “not properly insulated” can now be classed as “properly insulated” when applying for the non-domestic renewable heat incentive. Installers should ensure that the heat main they use has been independently tested to conform in accordance with the relevant British Standard. 

Contact Lyn for information on which standards apply.

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