In general, panel heating systems are operated with lower water temperatures than radiators.
If both systems should be combined in a building, a pump mixing unit is required.
It is fitted upstream of the manifold for the panel heating and mixes the water to ensure
the correct temperature.
When individual radiators are replaced by wall-heating panels, the lowering of the water temperature and the control of the indoor temperature is handled by a Multibox. The installation of this device interferes with the existing pipe network. Therefore, knowledge of hydraulics is required to ensure the correct adjustment of the system.