Optimizing Commercial Hydronic-System Performance

Optimizing Commercial Hydronic-System Performance

One of the latest advancements has been the expanding reach of sensorless and electronically-commutated-motor (ECM) pumps.

Just a few years ago, a conversation about optimal hydronic-system performance likely would have veered toward chiller or boiler type and efficiency, building envelope, system design, and/or key components. Today, such detours are not as likely because all parts of systems interact.

“Systems integration is something we’ve worked toward in our industry for decades,” Richard Medairos, PE, senior systems engineer and director of commercial training for Taco Inc., said.

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