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Hive Home Multizone - £79.00 (plus £5 voucher and Quidco)

£79.00 @ Maplin
Great deal for anyone buying a Hive system from the Amazon thread that wants or needs a secondary zone for greater efficiency. Lowest price I have seen this. £79 purchase will earn you a £5 vouc… Read More
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4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago
Great deal for anyone buying a Hive system from the Amazon thread that wants or needs a secondary zone for greater efficiency.

Lowest price I have seen this.

£79 purchase will earn you a £5 voucher and you'll get either 6% or 13% cashback depending on how they classify it.

This can be installed by BG at the same time as your primary zone FOC.
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4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago
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Can somebody please explain to me how these work? I'm familiar with the concept of zones but can't get my head around how they work. I assume a smart valve of some sort would be needed?
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jimpom23
Can somebody please explain to me how these work? I'm familiar with the concept of zones but can't get my head around how they work. I assume a smart valve of some sort would be needed?

Your boiler would need to be plumbed and wired appropriately.

In my case I have a feed pipe for downstairs and a separate feed pipe for upstairs, each one gated by a Honeywell motorised valve.

Control box signals the valve to open, pump starts and away we go.

If you don't already have it segmented it's likely not a cheap job, but is obviously long term more efficient than heating your whole house.

Timed TVR valves can mitigate that to come degree.
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The_Hoff
jimpom23
Can somebody please explain to me how these work? I'm familiar with the concept of zones but can't get my head around how they work. I assume a smart valve of some sort would be needed?
Your boiler would need to be plumbed and wired appropriately.
In my case I have a feed pipe for downstairs and a separate feed pipe for upstairs, each one gated by a Honeywell motorised valve.
Control box signals the valve to open, pump starts and away we go.
If you don't already have it segmented it's likely not a cheap job, but is obviously long term more efficient than heating your whole house.
Timed TVR valves can mitigate that to come degree.

Cheers Hoff - not a goer for me then in that case

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