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Last edited 09 Nov 2016
Space heating system
According to the Non-domestic building services compliance guide, 2013 edition, published by HM Government, the term ‘space heating system’ refers to
|‘…the complete system that is installed to provide heating to the space. It includes the heating plant and the distribution system by which heating is delivered to the zones.’|
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