Specially designed for use in central distribution networks and hot water recirculation in residential buildings, hotels and hospitals Brain® valve provides reduced initial cost of the work, energy saving and low operating costs. It is a solution that ensures safety, precision and control and can be operated and monitored remotely.
When dealing with the matter distribution of hot water for public use buildings such as hotels and hospitals is extremely important to consider factors such as: sterilizing bacteria, security against scalding, availability of hot water for comfortable use and energy efficiency.
currently, in these types of buildings, the hot water distribution system commonly adopted is divided into: generation, distribution and recirculating hot water. In this case the water is heated in known equipment such as hot water heaters and sent directly to the temperature distribution around risers 60 ° C. Connected to the end of the distribution network is the return plumb responsible for recirculating the surplus hot water back to the generator. The distribution of the hot water around 60 ° C aims at ensuring ready flow of hot water for showers comfortable wear and washing is 38 ° C and sterilization of Legionella bacteria such as. however, this conduct has disadvantages as a risk of scalding and energy losses due to thermal conduction in the pipe.
To eliminate the disadvantages of the traditional system is proposed a new concept that has the Digital Central Recirculation Brain® (DMC) with precision temperature adjustment water +/- 1°C, This allows response rate that the temperature is 50 ° C adopted in distribution plumb providing greater security to the user, less wasted power and lower cost of construction without compromising user comfort.
The hot water is generated and stored at temperatures greater than or equal to 60 ° C, DMC gets all hot water generated by the heaters and is also fed with cold water from the reservoir. The DMC will adjust the temperature of the water to 50 ° C feeding the distribution plumb, the surplus hot water is pumped back to the DMC that redirects the surplus back to the originator or to plumb distribution depending on the hot water demand.
This generation and storage configuration >/= 60 ° C and 50 ° C distribution is based on international legislation and recommendations enabled body.
A Richard Klinger, in addition to market with the DMC Digital Valve Recirculation Brain®, It provides all technical support necessary for scaling, assistance for installation and startup, user training and technical assistance throughout the country.