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Article Date: 16th April 2018

Danfoss Heating - The Balance of Variable Flow Systems Seminar

Variable Flow Systems - Radiator Valve - Thermostatic Radiator Valves

Danfoss Heating - Thermostatic Radiator Valves

Our seminars, designed for mechanical engineers, cover new technologies, key questions and challenging applications, raised in the design and installation of hydronic heating systems.

Delivered by our Business Development Managers, the seminars are designed to be delivered within one hour, at the audience's premises to ensure they are relevant to the requirements of the audience.

Some of our seminars can count towards your CIBSE CPD requirement.

Using Pressure Independent Thermostatic Radiator Valves Seminar

Since variable flow systems began to be used in commercial radiator systems, the challenge of balance, in all load conditions, has been the key to good system control and user comfort.

To help designers and installers, new technologies have been developed, to give simple, low cost, thermostatic radiator valves that work in variable flow heating systems.

This seminar explains where to install, how to commission, and the potential cost savings, available when utilising pressure independent thermostatic radiator valves in commercial heating systems. Whether they are used in schools, hospitals, offices, or universities, these are the most common control devices used in commercial heating systems, and this seminar explains how we can improve system performance using a new TRV design.

Key Topics

The challenges of designing variable flow heating systems

Current balancing methods and control strategies

How pressure independence works and the affect it has on variable flow heating systems

Potential cost savings when installing and commissioning recommended radiator valve solutions

Target Audience - Mechanical engineers, local authorities, and Contractors with design responsibilities

Location - At the audience’s premises.

Cost - FREE

Duration - 40 minutes

Provided with seminar - Full product literature and sizing software.

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