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Worcester Bosch Classic 34CDi Classic - Weather Compensator...

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by gordon.hunter, 28 Jan 2016.

  1. gordon.hunter

    gordon.hunter

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    Hi all,

    I am been looking at my gas usage.

    I have used 1420m3 between 15.06.2015 and 25.01.2016 according to my meter readings.

    The days calculated between the two aforementioned dates is 225 days.

    Therefore my daily usage is averaging out to be 1420 / 225 = 6m3 per day.

    I live in a 1938 bungalow - size 150m2 / 1615 square foot.

    Is this usage good?

    We haven't had a particularly good summer and the weather recently has been cold.

    I just have no point of reference to know if this is good or bad.

    Anyways I am thinking of getting a weather compensator fitted.

    Are there many different model which would work with a Worcester Bosch 34 CDi Classic or only a specific manufacturer one?

    If there are many to choose from what would you all recommend or has worked well for you.

    And if it has to be a specific one then could you provide the details of it.

    Thanks, G
     
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    Worcester WAVE for internet control, or the new Sense II (no internet) coming out next month.

    FW100 is being dropped for Sense II.

    There are no third party units supported in the UK.

    Gas usage will be 80% space heating and 20% Hot water approx. Since we can't see your house or judge its insulation, who could comment on gas consumption?

    WAVE will give a HW versus CH usage split, if you are into that level of detail.
     
  4. gordon.hunter

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    I have to admit I am an info nerd and would like to see that level of detail as it would help my tighten up on my usage

    The annoying thing about the WAVE is that it has to be hardwired back to the boiler and I have already decorated. So I will have to think about this one.

    I have a cellar and the boiler is in the cellar and so I will be able to take the signal cable straight down the wall, behind the skirting and through the floor into the cellar.

    Shame I hadn't caught wind of this whilst decorating. Hey ho.
     
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