Danfoss integrates control for hydronic systems

Published:  04 February, 2016

pipes, pipework, piped services, manifold, PICV, commissioning, Danfoss

Danfoss describes its Hero flushing bypass manifold as a time-, cost- and space-saving solution that features all the main components needed to install, flush, balance, control and maintain terminal units in HVAC system with variable flow. A cost analysis by the company showed that Hero can achieve a 23% saving in time and cost during installation compared with an option assembled on site.

Hero devices are supplied as pre-assembled and pressure-tested connection sets for terminal units such as fan-coil units and chilled beams.

A Hero assembly comprises a bypass H piece, AB-QM pressure-independent control valve (PICV) shut-off valves, strainer with integrated drain and a measuring station. Once installed, Hero creates optimal hydronic balance and simplifies system flushing to the BSRIA BG29/2012 recommendations. It also enables water flow to be measured to detect problems such as blockages in the system.

Selecting the right Hero for a project is based on the flow rate and is made quick and easy using Danfoss’s design-flow calculator.

Hero can be matched with a wide range of actuators — from simple on-off products to the high-accuracy Danfoss NovoCon digital actuator with BMS connectivity.

For more information on this story, click here: February 2016, 105

comments powered by Disqus

Search

Welcome

Welcome to Modern Building Services Online, the web edition of Modern Building Services (MBS) journal and the UK's most popular Building Services engineering site. Modern Building Services covers the entire Building Services Engineering industry. This site contains archived content from the journal, plus web-specific content.

When you go to our digital edition, you can also access the archive of digital editions.
June 2017: DIGITAL EDITION
ARCHIVE OF DIGITAL EDITIONS

Modern Building services has a group
on Linkedin - join us!

Construction Week

Jobs

  • Lead Mechanical & Electrical Engineer

     Do you want to make a real difference? A unique opportunity has arisen for an established Lead Mechanical and Electrical Engineer to work in the Buildings and Construction group, the in house multidisciplinary design practice at Dorset County Council .........

more jobs »

Poll

"Is the Building Services industry lagging behind in the implementation of BIM?"



Calendar