Passive regulation of fluid circuits


A temperature control that does not require energy

Solution for the heat transfer in fluid circuits, with a temperature control that does not require energy, improves reliability and reduces maintenance. These features are achieved by using temperature-sensitive valves that automatically open and close at programmable temperatures. In essence, the circuit exercises a heating (cooling) action when the temperature of the fluid is below (above) a predetermined value intermission.


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Chief Technology and Innovation Office
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