Marflow assemblies designed to accommodate change

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Marflow prefabricated valve assemblies are designed with flexibility to respond to future changes.
The key to maximising the benefits of prefabricated valve assemblies is to adopt a flexible approach with a high level of inherent configurability — according to Marflow Hydronics. Martin Lowe, the company’s technical manager, tells us, ‘Having carried out over 20 large-scale prefabrication projects in the last two years, we have gained a great deal of experience in the design, configuration and engineering of these assemblies. As a result, we have developed design and manufacturing techniques that help us react to changing requirements with minimum hassle. Marflow’s prefabricated modules for terminal units might include Terminator commissioning valves with interchangeable venturis or use a range of other control valves, depending on requirements. As standard, Marflow manifolds incorporate spare capacity for extra terminal units to be added after installation. Boxed manifold sets use a lightweight polyisocyanurate box that does not require additional insulation and which is easy to modify on site if modifications are required. Connections are on the outside of the box to reduce installation time.
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