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Join HVR and Marflow for webinar on PICVs

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 this end, Marflow Hydronics is holding a webinar that examines the best practice guidelines when using PICVs.

The webinar is taking place on 5th July at 12pm in conjunction with HVR Magazine and it will see Oliver Jones, Marflow Hydronics’ sales application engineer, discussing how and where to use them, hints and tips for success and how the products can make life easier. Exploring the fundamentals of a PICV with the aim of providing delegates with some essential skills when working with them, 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.

Oliver Jones says, ‘Whether a person is yet to use PICVs or they’re just interested in learning more about their multiple features to get the best out of them, this webinar, entitled ‘The Knowledge to Improve your Future’, is aimed at providing a solid foundation of knowledge on the products.’

For more information and to join the webinar, please go to www.heatingandventilating.net/webinars.

4 July 2016
Source: HVR

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