The quality of the water determines the performance of cooling and heating systems. A system with oxygen-rich water works less efficiently. Oxygen penetrates systems in various ways, resulting in corrosion and the formation of sludge. In turn, this produces resistance losses, additional wear and tear, unnecessary faults, disruption to the systems, reduced pump performance and irritating noises. Consequences: a lack of comfort, unnecessary loss of energy and a shorter service life of the system. It is therefore important to deaerate as quickly and efficiently as possible.
This pressure-temperature controlled degasser degasses extremely accurately and effectively. The Vacumat Eco degasses at least seven times faster through the much greater and fully continuous degassing capacity. Removing gases more quickly limits as much damage to the system as possible, avoids unnecessary faults and expensive repairs, and extends the life of the system. The Vacumat Eco is also eight times more energy efficient than the deaeration systems currently available on the market.
The sensors in the Vacumat Eco continuously measurethe temperature and pressure in the system. The specially developed software supports the newtechnology of sensitive deaeration and offers greaterinsight into the water quality and system performance.
But at least as important: The system is monitored fullyautomatically and adjusted to the presence of gases. As soon as the system is deaerated, the Vacumat Ecochecks the deaeration performance and only makesadjustments as necessary. The operation of the Vacumat Eco can be preciselymatched to the needs of the user. The appliance offers the choice of three states:
The Minimum setting is available on most systems and consumes the least energy. The system is degassed down to 15 ml of gas per litre of system liquid.
The Med setting degasses more powerfully, but also uses a little more energy. Degassing down to 12 ml/l.
The Max setting is for optimum degassing but uses the most energy. Degassing down to at least 8 ml/l (as per VDI 2035 and 4708).
1 - Creating a vacuum
Because the pump extracts more water from the columnthan can flow in, a vacuum is created towards the boilingpoint. Gas is released and collects above the water line. Gas is released and collects on the surface of the water.
2 - Deaeration
The pressure in the column is briefly raised by reducing thespeed of the pump so that released gases can be vented.
3 - Topping up
If the system pressure is too low, deaerated water is added until the correct pressure is reached.
Quick, quiet and extremely economical: these are the most important characteristics of the Vacumat Eco. And the device is exceptionally user-friendly, showing the degassing performance data on the display screen. The Vacumat Eco is protected by an internal filter. A warning message will be displayed automatically if filter cleaning is required. The degassing device is very quiet. This is because the Vacumat Eco does not require a laborious boiling process. The Vacumat Eco 300 produces only 52 decibels of noise. This is comparable to a quiet dishwasher. A substantial difference from the present generation of vacuum degassers on the market.
From the heat source to heat emission to heat distribution, Flamco, Meibes and Simplex cover a broad spectrum of innovative building technology systems. This internationally active group of companies has specialised in technical products and systems in the fields of installations, heating, cooling and solar solutions. The sister companies belong to Aalberts Industries N.V. of the Netherlands.
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