The following installation instructions are intended for installers and end users and are intended to assist in the planning, installation and operation of a heating system ordered from us.
The installation instructions are not a substitute for the necessary specialist knowledge, but are merely intended to meet the general requirement for care in the planning, installation and operation of the heating system. In each case, the local conditions must be considered separately. Please observe the standards and regulations relevant to heating systems, such as the Energy Saving Ordinance (EnEV), the “Renewable Energies Heat Act” (EEWärmeG), and in future the Building Energy Act (GEG).
The following statements are recommendations that should help you to install the heating systems supplied by us properly and without problems. In the case of individual peculiarities, you should always seek expert clarification.
These installation instructions apply to common heating systems. All information is given without guarantee. Lippa S&H Technik GmbH & Co. KG does not assume any liability for the operation and functionality of the system if the instructions in this user information are deviated from.
Since neither compliance with these installation instructions, nor the conditions, use and methods of installation, nor the heating operation, can be controlled or monitored by us, Lippa S&H Technik GmbH & Co. KG accepts no liability for damage resulting from improper use, incorrect or improper installation, operation, use or maintenance.
Our application engineering department will be happy to answer any further questions you may have by calling +49(0)40/38 040 99 3.
2. Disclaimer video chat
The installation instructions and explanations given in the video support do not replace the necessary technical knowledge, but are only intended to meet the general requirement for care in the planning, installation and operation of the heating system.
All information is provided without guarantee. Lippa S&H Technik GmbH & Co. KG does not assume any liability for the operation and functionality of the system if the instructions given are deviated from. Furthermore, we are not liable for damages caused by improper use, incorrect or improper installation, operation, use or maintenance.
3. Disclaimer homepage
The contents of our pages have been created with the utmost care. However, we cannot guarantee the accuracy, completeness and timeliness of the content. Our offer contains links to external websites of third parties, on whose contents we have no influence. Therefore, we cannot assume any liability for these external contents. The respective provider or operator of the pages is always responsible for the content of the linked pages.
4. Disclaimer heating load calculator
The heating load calculator determines the heating load roughly based on the short procedure according to DIN 4701/83. A safety flat rate of 2KW is added to the result of the calculation. The calculator is an aid to planning and cannot take into account specialist knowledge and structural features such as thermal bridges. Thus, claims for damages are excluded, unless liability is mandatory by law or in cases of intent or gross negligence. Each user is responsible for checking the results, in particular for completeness, correctness and up-to-dateness.
5. General disclaimer configurator
All illustrations of the configurator are schematic representations which do not correspond to reality. In case of doubt, illustrations or photos are to be checked on the manufacturer’s pages. When entering data for the configurator as well as subsequently created offers, a standard-compliant house installation, built according to the “state of the art” is assumed. For underfloor heating systems, an oxygen-tight pipe according to DIN 4726 is assumed.
The water hardness should be checked by the operator but also by the heating specialist before installation. The pipe network is designed with a spread of 10/15 Kelvin. The EasyConn@ct pipe can withstand a continuous temperature of 70 °C and a maximum pressure of 10 bar for more than 50 years. The maximum permissible operating temperature is 95°C for max. 1 year.
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