Evinox updates heat interface units

The latest range of Evinox’s ModuSat heat interface units for communal- and district-heating systems builds on the success of the existing ModuSat range. The new range includes floor-standing units with integrated hot-water tanks, single- and twin-plate instantaneous units and units that provide heating and cooling.

Pressure-independent control valves eliminate the need for three separate valves to regulate differential pressure, flow and heat energy.

The new units are ready to control two heating zones and have a control board that will work with TCP/IP to operate up to three heating circuits.

A wireless RS485 module provides remote connection without a bus network. A hot-water blending valve provides safe hot water.

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Built-in PaySmart pre-payment technology can be activated remotely.

A built-in non-return valve on the return prevents wrong pipework connections.

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