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Major brands join up under Reznor
The function, application, benefits and considerations when using Differential Pressure Control Valves (DPCVs) in hydronic (waterborne) heating and cooling systems
Feeling the Heat, Easing the Strain
PICVs: The Knowledge to Improve Your Future




Danfoss believe that District Energy is the most sustainable approach for mitigation of climate changes & improving energy efficiency by providing optimisation solutions & optimal temperature control for both demand & supply side.

We play an active role in the main growth themes in a world that is rapidly changing: infrastructure, food, energy and climate are the focus of our business. Cities for millions that touch the sky.

We welcome you to attend our training where we will be presenting District Energy solutions.







From February 2018, Ambirad, Airbloc and Benson will be brought together under a single brand: Reznor.

Reznor, in association with Heating and Ventilating Review, will be hosting a free webinar on Tuesday 27th February which will discuss how the brand transition coincides with a number of new product developments, and a portfolio which is now fully compliant with Energy related Products (ErP) regulations.




On the 14th June,12noon, Stephen Hart, Managing Director of Frese UK will be presenting a webinar on, ‘The function, application, benefits and considerations when using Differential Pressure Control Valves (DPCVs) in hydronic (waterborne) heating and cooling systems.’  DPCV’s are typically the least understood of the pressure independent flow and temperature control valves and this seminar will provide a useful insight into these devices.

The topics covered to help aid the understanding of DPCV’s will be:

Types of differential pressure control valves
Typical direct acting differential pressure control valves
DPCV Pressure
DPCV application with static balancing solution
DPCV application with dynamic balancing solution
DPCV typical partner valve arrangements
DPCV Commissioning
DPCV Hysteresis
DPCV Pump sizing

We would like to invite you register for the webinar – either watch it live on the day or for access to a recorded version.


With the call for cost reduction when specifying and designing systems without any compromise in performance, engineers and installers alike are always searching for new and innovative ways to meet, if not exceed these demands.  With this in mind, Marflow Hydronics are looking to the future of water management systems, and in their second webinar they will propose time and cost effective solutions which also offer excellent performance.

Paul Woodley will firstly explore Filterball, the inline ball valve with an incorporated strainer. The Filterball can reduce the amount of fittings required in the system and offer reduced leak paths and installation time, which means a cost saving across the board. Paul will then discuss Heatsense, a valve with built in test pocket for temperature measurement within a system. The benefit of this is that there is no longer a requirement for a separate test point, again reducing time and cost. Last but not least is the flow measurement fitting and double regulating valve.  This offers flow control and balancing with interchangeable venturi to set and regulate flow as required.


With the popularity of Pressure Independent Control Valves (PICVs) at an all time high, it’s becoming more vital than ever that users fully understand how to optimise their true benefits to gain the real advantages that the product can offer. To this end, Marflow Hydronics is holding a webinar that examines the best practice guidelines when using PICVs.

Oliver Jones will look at how and where to use them, hints and tips for success and how they can make life easier. Exploring the fundamentals of a PICV with the aim of providing you with some essential skills when working with the product, this webinar will uncover the multiple great features on offer that are helping users save time, money and energy on a large range of water distribution projects.

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