The most basic, and typically the most economical, way to design a hydronic system for multiple temperatures is to use thermostatic mixing valves. This relatively simple concept can easily become complicated and expensive, however. Fortunately, Caleffi has some great resource material to help you design the right system for pretty much any multi-temperature application. I'll keep this blog post short and steer you to our idronics Technical Journal issue #7, Mixing in Hydronic Systems and our January 2016 Coffee with Caleffi webinar Multiple Temperature Regulation in Hydronic Systems. Check them out! If you have any questions, contact your local Caleffi dealer or us here at Ask Caleffi.
February 10, 2016
How do I design a hydronic system for different temperature emitters?