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May 2016 // ENERGY SYSTEMS

Innovative Schütz heating circuit manifold for fast and easy ventilation.

Specially developed by Schütz, the new manifold is distinguished by a patented system for particularly easy, fast and comprehensive ventilation.
Schütz Energy Systems is presenting its own, newly-developed heating circuit manifold. Accordingly, Schütz is one of the few manufacturers to offer in-house production of all of the relevant main components of the manifold system in a high degree of manufacturing depth: after almost 15,000 of these new manifolds left the production facility in Selters within the framework of pilot production last year, serial production is now commencing. By investing in the new manifolds, Schütz GmbH & KGaA is emphasising the growing significance of its Energy Systems Division.

The manifold in an underfloor heating system ensures consistent heat distribution in all heating circuits as well as a constant room temperature. In combination with the room thermostat, the manifold panel ensures exact regulation of the flow volumes. Specially developed by Schütz, the new manifold is distinguished by a patented system for particularly easy, fast and comprehensive ventilation. Apart from immediate savings in time for the plumber, this also offers the long-term advantage that, following successful ventilation, the system no longer contains any oxygen which could prevent optimum heat distribution.

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  •  Specially developed by Schütz, the new manifold is distinguished by a patented system for particularly easy, fast and comprehensive ventilation.
  • Compact, easy to assemble and ventilate, the Schütz manifold supplies up to 14 heating circuits.
  • Example of special customisation: the new
manifold including all extra features in the pre-assembled manifold cabinet.



Innovative Schütz heating circuit manifold for fast and easy ventilation.
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The designers of the stainless steel manifold attached particular importance to large cross-sections as well as ensuring low pressure losses. The new manifold, therefore, also displays advantages for hydraulic alignment and can be used for up to 14 heating circuits.


Production in its own plant also puts Schütz in a position to comply with maximum demands on quality. In a complex double inspection procedure, Schütz initially checks the pipes in the distributor stands for tightness and each individual component for dimensional accuracy. Each manifold is then fully assembled and subjected to individual pressure tests.


The new manifold is distinguished by its particularly compact dimensions: manifolds and supplementary components such as heat meters or differential pressure regulators easily fit inside the manifold cabinet which Schütz supplies pre-assembled with all extra features if so required by the customer.