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Circuit Balancing Valves (CBVs)

Posted by Armstrong Fluid Technology on Apr 4, 2024 2:52:17 PM

Where do Circuit Balancing Valves (CBVs) fit in a hydronic system?

 CBVs should be included in every branch of a hydronic system. For many applications such as boilers, chillers and heat pumps, they are needed to ensure balanced or equalized flow of water to all parts of a building and, as required by heating or cooling loads, across all branches of a system.

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Topics: Hydronics, CBV

VRF versus HYDRONICS  - Comparing HVAC technologies and associated costs.

Posted by Kazi Nasir on Mar 19, 2021 7:50:20 AM

As Seen On: - March 2021

The Hydronics Industry Alliance released a report studying a VRF system and hydronic system installed in the same building. The report found the VRF system had higher energy consumption in three consecutive years of operation.

With a considerable volume of contradictory information in circulation regarding the application of different technologies for HVAC systems, this article seeks to explain some of the technical aspects of variable refrigerant flow (VRF) systems, and offer comparisons on the basis of cost and performance to more standard hydronic systems. While some of the material presented here are drawn from industry literature, the majority is drawn from peer-reviewed studies conducted by recognized industry professionals.

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Topics: HVAC System, Hydronics, In The Media, whitepaper, VRF System

Armstrong releases hydronics catalog

Posted by Armstrong Fluid Technology on Jul 16, 2014 3:16:39 AM

As seen on - July 16, 2014

Toronto — Armstrong Fluid Technology, a leader and innovator in design, engineering and manufacturing of integrated solutions within the building oriented fluid-flow equipment industry, has announced a new Hydronic Solutions Catalog to help fluid flow professionals find and select hydronics solutions.

Showcasing a host of new products as well as updates for over 75% of existing products, the new catalog is suited for the commercial and residential fluid systems industry. Industry leading products featured include the Compass range of energy efficient Design Envelope circulators, an expanded Astro Wet Rotor range, as well as Maintenance-Free S&H Series and Maintenance-Free Seal Bearing Assemblies.

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Topics: Armstrong Fluid Technology, Circulator, Hydronics,

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