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84 - Adding value in HVAC applications

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What component does a Grundfos distributed pumping solution make redundant?

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Q: Does choosing a hydronic system affect the indoor climate?
A: Yes, indoor climate is improved, and you get cost savings as well
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Q: Can Grundfos products be monitored and controlled via a BMS system?
A: Yes, Grundfos pumps can be monitored and controlled via a BMS system as well as offering load adaptive performance
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Q: Why is limited space for HVAC installations an issue for building projects?
A: If too little space is used, you have high operation and service costs; and using too much space reduces the floor area that can be rented out
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Q: A distributed pumping system is self-balancing – what does this mean?
A: No time-consuming balancing and commissioning process is required
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Q: Why is installing a Grundfos MIXIT mixing loop solution a good idea?
A: You reduce complexity and time spent on selecting and sizing and MIXIT is up to 25% more cost effective than other solutions
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Q: What component does a Grundfos distributed pumping solution make redundant?
A: Balancing and control valves