Alongside showcasing Keraflo’s range of float valves, visitors to the stand can expect to learn more about the next generation of cold water storage systems for energy and water efficiency.
Keraflo is one of the leading names in WRAS-approved float valve technology, underpinned by the well-known Aylesbury name. With over 25 years expertise in float valve excellence, Keraflo’s technical team can demonstrate how important it is to work with the right knowledge partner when undertaking cold water system maintenance or design.
Ideal for pumped systems where energy efficiency can be compromised as a result of poor design and lack of pump control, Keraflo float valves work to improve water turnover and maximise tank capacity in the cold water system. This means that there is no valve bounce, water hammer or dribble. As a result of improved turnover the risk of bacterial growth in standing water, such as Legionella, is reduced.
“Keraflo strives to be at the forefront of water tank technology. While buildings evolve with increasing demands on their efficiency and operating costs it is vital that every element of the building’s services continue to meet these needs. With this in mind Keraflo is excited to bring to the market a product that can help to underpin water storage efficiency,” said Neil Weston from Keraflo.
To find out more about Keraflo’s new product launch, visit stand E60 at the Energy Solutions Show on 11-12th October.