Your chance to win a Danfoss TPOne room controller and 15 of its new RAS-B2 radiator packs.
Balancing domestic heating systems just got easier and faster with the RAS-B2 Danfoss Dynamic Valve. Unlike other thermostatic radiator valves (TRVs), which only act as flow limiters, the latest addition to the Danfoss TRV family features a differential pressure controller. This ensures that pressure drops over the valve remain at a constant level, so that the flow through the valve is maintained at both full (winter) and partial (autumn/spring) loads.
Pre-setting of the desired flow is done on the valve rather than on the lockshield – which could save you up to two hours of valuable working time. You can now make sure a system is correctly balanced in a fraction of the time it would usually take.
The new RAS-B2 is specially designed to enable fast and simple hydronic dynamic balancing. And to make life even easier, the pioneering TRV is also featured on the Danfoss Installer App. The app helps you calculate, record and document the correct flow and subsequent setting for each radiator on your smartphone or tablet.
Currently the RAS-B2 is the only 100 per cent pressure independent valve demonstrating a constant flow in all conditions, and ensures that each radiator receives an equal flow of hot water. As well as optimising user comfort, this means that the return temperature is lower (condensing boiler efficiency is best at below a return temperature of 55°C) and the pump can run at a lower speed.
You can find out more here.
For your chance to win a TPOne room controller and 15 RAS-B2 radiator packs, just answer this question correctly:
How much time could you save on making sure a system is balanced correctly when you use Danfoss’s RAS-B2?
1) 1 hour
2) 2 hours
3) 3 hours
Please email your answer plus your name, address and registration number to firstname.lastname@example.org. Closing date is Friday 19 March 2021.