Our online program allows you to calculate the amount of fuel needed to produce 1 Gcal (gigacalorie) of thermal energy and its cost when using a gas, electric, or solid fuel boiler.

Since the price of different types of fuel can vary depending on the region and current tariffs, we provide the option to change the prices accordingly.

In addition, this page allows you to calculate **which heating method is more cost-effective**, by comparing the cost of heating one square meter of a private house using different types of fuel per year. By multiplying the obtained value by the number of square meters in your house, you can determine the approximate annual heating costs, and by dividing the annual heating costs by the tariff, you can forecast the annual fuel consumption.

The calculation displays the cost of heating per year for one square meter of both insulated and non-insulated houses. A house with thermal insulation on the walls of at least 10 cm and equipped with metal-plastic windows with double-glazed windows is considered insulated.

Online Calculations

District heating substations

Substations of centralized hot water supply

Temperature curve of the heating system

Data verification heat meter

Calculation of the throttle diaphragm

Calculation of the temperature of a mix of several flows

Calculation of the diameter of the distribution manifold

Calculation of thermal expansion of pipelines

Calculation of the U-shaped compensator

Calculation of the L-shaped compensator

Calculation of the Z-shaped compensator

Calculation of the Axial compensator

Calculation of the pressure drop in the pipe

Calculation of pipe diameter by flow

Calculation of the distance between pipe supports

Normative heat losses from pipelines of the heat network

Calculation of heat losses from pipelines

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