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Frese launches dynamic thermostatic radiator valve

With Frese RadCon the company can now offer a complete product programme for the buildings segment with a long range of the same benefits found in its other pressure independent valves.

Frese RadCon simplifies radiator systems in several ways. As with all of Frese’s products, it is easy to commission due to the automatic balancing in the system. It is simply a question of presetting the required flow in l/h – you do not even need to calculate KV values.

If the valves are installed in a system where the differential pressure does not exceed 70 kPa there is no need for further regulating valves, which minimizes investment andmaintenance.

The valve itself is also very easy to maintain in case of clogging since the internals can be replaced.

Frese RadCon ensures high comfort for the end-users due to high precision temperature control. This is achieved by the pressure independent valves’ ability to prevent flow fluctuations in the radiator.

With the addition of RadCon to Frese’s product portfolio the company completes its product range in the hope of gaining an even stronger platform in the Buildings segment.

For further information, please contact: Matthew Dunk sales director - BuildingsUK | Middle East | Asia Pacific Mobile: +44 (0)7983 634 720 Mail: mdu@frese.dk 

20 November 2020

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