This seminar will give you an in depth understanding of the technical solutions for designing and commissioning variable flow systems in order to achieve a comfortable constant room temperature, while minimising energy consumption.
UK Building Services Regulations, Part L, reflect the current focus on global warming and climate change; the need to design buildings that are energy efficient throughout their lifetime is greater than ever.
Delivering a comfortable constant room temperature in spite of changing outdoor environment, while minimising energy consumption can often seem an impossible task. Variable Flow Systems can help overcome this challenge, although they are more complex in their design, installation and commissioning.
This seminar will give you an in depth understanding of the technical solutions available for designing and commissioning these systems effectively.
The following subjects will be included:
- Reasons for the move towards variable flow systems
- Difficulties of getting stable and accurate control
- Designing for variable flow systems: challenges and solutions
- Sizing, selection and commissioning of differential pressure control valves