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3-Way Control Valves Vs. Pressure Independent Valves

Posted by Kelly Patterson on Mar 3, 2017 10:58:57 AM
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Griswold Controls has a series of application tips that can assist HVAC design engineers, building owners and contractors.

In this two-page application tip, Griswold Controls explores:

  • the function of 3-way valves compared to 2-way valves
  • why 3-way valves installed in a variable speed system hinder energy savings
  • overflow and underflow issues
  • how pressure independent control valves (PIC-V) work

Click on the image below to read about how you can make simple design changes to capture energy savings and maximize efficiency.

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Topics: Manufacturer Information, Products, Design Engineer Tips

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