Coffee with Caleffi™
When it comes to hydronic systems or domestic hot water recirculation, an unbalanced system is like a sports car with no steering wheel. Insufficient flow in hydronic or DHW recirculation systems can lead to frustrated building occupants impatiently waiting for heat delivery. It’s said that efficiency follows closely behind comfort. Proper balancing will help to achieve both!
Moderator Max Rohr will field questions to our solution focused experts, a.k.a. Ask Caleffi: Kevin Freidt, Dan Firkus and Cody Mack. They will review different options in balancing valves and take questions from YOU, our audience. We want to help you make balancing less painful and more profitable while providing superior comfort for your customers.
→ What are the pros and cons of different types of balancing valves?
→ How do I size balancing valves?
→ Do you always need special equipment for balancing?
→ What happens when you need to change or add a circuit to the system?
Our Ask Caleffi team will be on hand to answer our audience questions LIVE:
→ Max Rohr, Training and Education: A self-described hydronics and thermostat nerd, doubles as MC.
→ Kevin Freidt, Director, Product Management & Tech Support: Want to get smart? Simple. Listen to Kevin! (and... take a look at this recently published article!)
→ Dan Firkus, Apps Engineer: Have a tech prob? No worries, Dan is our official "whiz-kid."
→ Cody Mack, Training and Education: As per Cody, "jack of all trades, master of a few.”
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