Right, so Maria needed to take holiday days so we went to Slovakia for 10 days.
Didn't get many pictures taken as I was working too much!
I'm a bit suprised he took the routes he did but he did a good job, if it was me I would have gone straight up instead of running along the wall like that, effectively weakening the wall on one side completely.
White pipes are Cold feed, Hot Feed + Return
Snaking pipes are going to the radiator in the bedroom, and the exit to the right hand side where they join onto is where it leads to grannies radiators.
The less angles the better if you ask me, but he insists it will be fine as the dishwasher has pressure behind it, we'll see!
The pump (Plumber insisted) is for the heating loop for the fireplace, its made out of 28mm copper which was welded instead of soldered, covered in special high temperature insulation.
The pump will switch on once a thermostat with probe reaches a certain temperature at the pipes near the fireplace so the fireplace can come up to temperature properly.
Incase you're wondering, from Left to right, Main switch 3ph + N, Boiler socket (red 10A), Wall socket 16A (Which is now redundant) 16A Socket in basement where water pump is so all the water/heating controls are in one place, 16A twin sockets below fusebox for "spare" things such as tools required for maintenance, 16A socket + junction box for both pumps on the hot water tank, but its been downgraded to 2A now I believe as the pumps almost draw no current. A 6A MCB for the lights in the room, and a 3ph RCD to stop us getting electrocuted if anything goes wrong!
And the junction box below to be used for the thermostat that will tell the pump for the fireplace loop to turn on or off.
Basically they are creating a fireproof box with special insulation, Ytong is extremely fire resistant but yet they insist on glueing fireboard against it, same with the special vermiculite chimney bricks, extremely temperature resistant, also covered in fireboard.
Oh, and the two pipes for the backboiler :)