Hydronic balancing ensures that all consumers (e.g. radiators) in the building are supplied with exactly the right amount of heating water at all times. If the hydronic conditions in a heating system are not balanced, this can have a serious impact on heat distribution and the noise level. Furthermore, if hydronic balancing is not carried out or is incorrect, this leads to a higher consumption of heat and power. Hydronic balancing is therefore a tool that helps to optimise the heating system and is mandatory for many energy-related building modernisation subsidies.