Maintaining constant flow in underfloor heating systems

Watts Industries, Watts, underfloor heating, space heating, manifold, dynamic balancing, commissioning

Watts UK’s MH underfloor-heating manifold incorporates dynamic balancing valves that maintain constant flow in every circuit of a multi-circuit installation. The actual flow rate is displayed on the flow meters in the manifold.

Hydraulic balancing of a system takes just three quick and easy steps and can be carried out when a system is commissioned.

The manifold can be specified as part of a new-build project or retro-fitted.

Dave Raynor, product manager for Watts Water Technologies UK, explains, ‘This manifold will deliver greater efficiencies for underfloor heating systems and improve performance and consistency and more simplistic commissioning.’

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