Many multi-family buildings suffer from residents’ complaints about the noise, energy costs and comfort provided by the communal two-pipe heating system. Danfoss’ Optimal 2 Tool is an easy to use guide that analyses and, if needed, recommends the best possible solution.
Below is a short impression of the Optimal 2 Tool. Download the guide now to find all information and to get started.
The installation overview indicates where to measure for a thorough analysis of the current system performance.
In case the system proofs to be inefficient, the basis of improvement is to install thermostatic radiator valves with pre-setting of the required flow in combination with Automatic balancing valves in the systems’ risers.
In order to achieve the correct design flow through each radiator, the pre-setting value is to be determined and performed on the radiator valves. It’s also possible to determine the pre-setting value by using Danfoss’ Valve Presetting App. You can find a download link at the right.
Optimal 2 Tool supports the selection of the Automatic balancing solution in a simple way.
After selection of the best suited Automatic balancing solution, the best suited dimension can be determined.
Two-pipe heating system issues and solution, easy explained
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Do you prefer to determine valve pre-setting values on your mobile device?
Make the commissioning of Danfoss ASV Automatic balancing valves as easy as possible. Use the Balancing App for a fast and accurate process.
Find out how easy it is to improve a two-pipe radiator system yourself.
After the two-pipe renovation and correct commissioning of the system the building is optimized for energy efficiency and resident’s comfort.
Try the Optimal 2 Tool and Danfoss’ solutions or contact your Danfoss office for more information.