This seminar compares the conventional primary-secondary variable flow systems with more recent variable primary flow systems. It outlines how the choice of variable speed pump control, adequate control valve sizing and the use of differential pressure control solutions can offer enhanced investment and energy savings.
This seminar consists of two parts, firstly creating an understanding of possible system issues and alternative solutions to these issues. The second part of the seminar focuses on air related problems and available solutions.
The seminar provides an in depth technical understanding of possible system failures, explaining the corrosion process of systems and the physics principles at work. The seminar then outlines the alternative solutions which help to achieve a long lasting, efficient and healthy HVAC system.
In the second part of the seminar we will outline the reasons for air related problems in HVAC systems, explaining the physics processes causing the problems and examining the effects of air in the system with regards to system efficiency.
Based on these insights we will then explore the technical solutions available to solve and manage the problems.