How does it work?

A small temperature sensor is located on the outside of the building, on a north facing wall. This is wired to the internal controls of the boiler and information about the outside temperature is sent to the boiler controller constantly.
When the temperature changes outside the boiler responds and starts to increase or decrease the radiator temperature to compensate.
This pro-active mechanism means that people inside the building won't even notice that the temperature has changed outside.
For example, when the outside temperature drops at night, more heat is lost through the walls of the building.
Because the outdoor sensor detects the fall as soon as it happens, the boiler is able to raise the radiator temperature and keep the inside temperature stable.
With a conventional system, the temperature is dependent on a room thermostat, which will only take effect after the inside of the building has become too hot or too cold.
In summary, weather compensation controls enable the boiler to respond to outside temperature changes and adjust the radiator output, to maintain a constant temperature indoors.

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