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Grundfos GO Balance provides the Installer with an easy and reliable balancing tool for their daily work when performing hydronic balancing of heating systems installed with Grundfos pumps. This ensures optimal distribution of hot water in the heating system and helps achieve better home comfort with the desired room temperatures in all rooms in your house.
Hydronic balancing, also called hydraulic balancing, is the process of optimizing the distribution of water in a building's hydronic heating or cooling system by equalizing the system pressure to provide the intended indoor climate at optimum energy efficiency and minimal operating cost.
Our hydronic balancing and control solutions enable buildings to keep comfort at the right level while improving HVAC efficiency by up to 30%. Our expertise covers constant and variable flow and both static and dynamic balancing.
World leader in hydronic control and balancing solutions in heating and cooling systems. Our products and services take control over whole system to achieve desired comfort with minimal energy consumption. The wide innovative range of control valves, actuators, balancing valves and differential pressure controllers enable you to achieve high energy efficiency, quiet operation and high longevity with fast payback of investment.
Leading manufacturer of automatic flow control devices for the hydronic flow balancing industry, based on the unique and patented Autoflow cartridge. Offering precise flow control solutions for terminal units, fan coils, air handlers, system pumps, chillers, boiler and cooling towers in HVAC systems. We also offer manual balancing valve products, hook-up components, pressure controller products, and hose accessories.
With our ICSS Automatic Balancing Valves and UA Zero Manual Balancing Valves, you can count on the optimal hydronic balancing solution for all your potable water applications. Both Lead-Free Balancing Valves meet or exceed standards established by the Reduction of Lead in Drinking Water Act (RLDWA) of 2014, and the ICSS is NSF/ANSI 61-G Certified and approved directly by NSF for commercial hot water contact applications.
Clearly from figures 2 and 3, β' is a better indication of authority for a hydronic terminal. In Figure 4 we see the same set of balancing situations as figure 3, but at the pressure represented by the blue curve in Figure 2. Once again, the slopes of the curves all converge in the neighborhood of zero showing that β' is a better indication of authority for a hydronic terminal. 1e1e36bf2d