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Get the engineering manual: Water boosting in Commercial Buildings

Water boosting is an obvious area for optimisation in commercial buildings, however the difference between boosting system designs can be considerable, resulting in substantial energy waste. 

If you work with the design and engineering of water boosting for commercial buildings, this engineering manual guides you through the pros and cons of booster system layouts, such as single-booster and zone-divided solutions, and the importance of sizing the right pumps. 

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Correct pressure on all floors

Increasing urbanisation means more people in taller buildings. This makes it even more important to ensure correct water pressure from the tap and proper functioning of cooling towers.

Reduce energy waste

Considering that buildings in general account for 40% of the world’s energy consumption, water boosting in tall buildings is a good place to start looking for these energy optimisation benefits.

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