The ARBS seminar program includes a session on electronic pressure independent valves which covers energy savings and control advantages.
The session will be presented by the global business development manager at Belimo Automation AG, Andrew Brooks.
He will explain how electronic valves provide inherent energy and commissioning savings thanks to their design.
He will examine how electronic valves achieve pressure independence, how this differs from the mechanical valves, and what control advantages it can provide.
“We look at how they can provide data to the BMS system to show where energy is being consumed whilst enabling significant energy savings by actively managing delta T at the consumer end and offering a comparison over passive plant-based delta T management,” he said.
Brooks will also cover additional placements for electronic valves to provide even more advantages, including ongoing maintenance possibilities.
He will also explain how continuous commissioning can be a fiscal reality.
Brroks studied Business Information Systems in the UK, after a few post graduate jobs in IT. He now has over 15 years' experience working in the HVAC industry for various companies involved in the manufacture and design and control of HVAC systems.
He has extensive experience on and off site, with a multitude of technologies. These include, but not limited to, DDC Control systems, Air Handling Units, Fan Coil Units, Variable Air Volume, Chilled Beams, Chilled Ceilings, Air, and Water Systems.