Who wins?

End users

Users are warned in good time of the potential harmful consequences of corrosion so they can take preventive action – and save themselves unnecessary costs.

  • The HVAC system is constantly monitored for damage caused by corrosion (such as leaking taps, blocked pumps, corroded radiators or pipes and leaking central heating boilers).
  • A properly functioning system saves energy, encouraging more sustainable energy consumption.
  • A properly maintained system has a longer life.
  • Optimal functioning automatically ensures great thermal comfort.


The Resus technology has only upsides for installers.

  • It's easy to install in new and existing pipes.
  • Taking preventive action will clearly reduce the need for expensive, complex and time-consuming corrective work.
  • By constantly monitoring the system with the acclaimed Resus technology, installers avoid future problems for customers or a drastic reduction in the system's life. It buffs the installers' reputation as an expert who works to very high professional standards.
  • Ever-stricter guidelines on water quality and final responsibility for the system do not make the installers' job any easier. In that respect, a monitoring system is a powerful tool.

The heating system manufacturer

Manufacturers of heating systems also get all the benefits of preventive sensor technology.

  • Manufacturers can improve their warranty management by demanding preventive monitoring to prevent unnecessary damage.
  • One can show that problems in the system have external causes and that the manufacturer is therefore not liable.