Heating automatically turns down when nobody is at home to save on fuel bills
Global markets were thrown into turmoil as a result of tensions in Middle East countries where vast stocks of oil are kept. The rising price of oil, which could fuel further rises in already high inflation rates and hit corporate profits, affected stock markets. At the beginning of the week US shares, Asian stocks and European shares all closed heavily down. “The market is reacting to violence in the Middle East,” said United Arab Emirates Energy Minister Mohammad bin Dhaen al-Hamli.
Business and domestic oil users can take advantage of the HeatingSave boiler control system to make savings of around one quarter from their fuel bills. The microprocessor control set-up learns the heat-loss profile of your building in order to switch on your boiler later and switch it off earlier. It is compatible with gas, oil and solid fuel-fired systems. Connect our infra-red occupancy detectors to the HeatingSave controller and the heating will automatically turn itself down when nobody is at home but automatically turn up the heating when you arrive home and need it.