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The ultimate goal of heating is to make the temperature in the homes of all users reach the standard. Too high or too low need to be adjusted. Due to the constraints of the house position, floor height, building heating rate and other factors, simple flow balance adjustment cannot completely solve the problem. The problem of thermal balance, the original static balance valve and dynamic balance valve have a certain effect on the thermal balance, but it needs repeated adjustments by professionals to achieve better thermal balance.
With the rapid development of network technology, the remotely controlled electric regulating valve has the characteristics of convenient adjustment and intuitiveness, can perform constant temperature control, and has broad development prospects.
Adjusting the flow to each room of the household is the ultimate goal of fine-tuning, but the large number of households is adjusted. It is difficult to implement the monitoring and adjustment of the room temperature of each user. Combining with household metering transformation can solve this problem very well. However, due to various reasons, household metering is currently progressing slowly. In practical applications, the user's temperature measurement is based on the density of one household per 10,000 square meters. Selecting a representative user can basically achieve the effect of a point and a surface. According to the different conditions of the heating area, set a unit flow adjustment valve or a building flow adjustment. The valve can adjust the return water temperature of each unit building to be consistent, and combined with the individual adjustment of individual users, it can basically meet the requirements.
After the basic thermal balance is adjusted, the temperature curve and flow of the water supply in the heat exchange station can be adjusted according to the changes in the user's indoor temperature to avoid uneven heating and cooling and overheating, and achieve reasonable energy saving and consumption reduction effects.