In the ASKOWALL, the user sets the desired temperature on the thermostatic valve (No. 8) at which the valve should open in order to load the storage tank with a minimum temperature. This can be selected between 50 and 75°C.

Example: The desired temperature of 60°C was set. The heating water in the ASKOWALL circulates in the internal circuit until the water is heated to 60°C. The thermostatic valve then opens and transfers the hot water to the storage tank for as long as the desired temperature is available. The thermostatic valve then closes again and the process begins again. The ASKOHEAT can heat the heating water up to 85°C, after which the internal thermostat switches off.