Constant differential pressure, control mode
Constant differential pressure can be used in circulating systems with a pipe system with low pressure loss and with control valves to generate a variable flow.
A convector is a heating surface that transfers heat mainly by convection. Convection is the process by which heat is transferred when cooler air flows over the warm surface of a solid material.
Water-carrying cooling ceilings can be used as a supplement, if cooled-air temperature regulation systems are insufficient. The cooling effect is primarily achieved through the absorption of heat, with convection being a secondary function.
A cooling jacket enables a portion of the pumped liquid or an external liquid to be circulated around the motor stator housing. This absorbs excess heat by forced convection, ensuring efficient cooling of the pump.