Your cookie settings
This website uses cookies. By clicking on "Agree" you accept the use of cookies. The data generated by the cookies are used for analysis. Further information can be found in the settings as well as in our privacy policy. You can the use of cookies or adjust them at any time through your .

Your cookie settings

In order to provide you with an optimal function of the website, we use cookies. These are small text files that are stored on your computer. This includes cookies for the operation and optimization of the site. Here you can choose which cookies you allow:
Required cookies
These cookies are required to navigate the website and make use of essential functions.
Analytical cookies
These cookies help us to better understand user behaviour.They enable the collection of usage and identification options by first- or third-party providers, in so-called pseudonymous usage profiles. For example, we use analysis cookies to determine the number of individual visitors to a website or a service or to collect other statistics with regard to the operation of our website, as well as to analyze user behavior on the basis of anonymous and pseudonymous information, such as visitors to the website to interact. Direct conclusions about a person are not possible.
Third party services
Third-party services are integrated on these pages, who provide their services on their own responsibility.When you visit these pages, data is recorded using cookies or similar technologies and transmitted to third parties. To what extent, for what purposes and on the basis of what legal basis further processing takes place for the third party's own purposes, please refer to the data protection information data protection information of the third party provider.

Perfect heating: the quality of the water is decisive.

Modern heating systems ensure cozy warmth and reduce the energy costs, provided the heating installation works perfectly. Heating water plays a decisive role in this context — as it applies to all heating systems that water is the energy carrier distributing the warmth in the house. And only the right water quality adjusted to the heating system will achieve optimal energy efficiency, thus securing the investment in the long run. By contrast, untreated water can lead to expensive damage in the heating installation— this may even cause the loss of the product warranty of the heating system manufacturer. Protecting the heating installation has never been so important.