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Digital Mixing for Safer and More Efficient Hot Water Delivery

Recent outbreaks of Legionella remind us of the importance of maintaining appropriate water temperatures in commercial and institutional facilities. This presentation looks at the risks of mismanaging hot water delivery and describes how mechanical and digital mixing solutions offer different approaches for mixing water in a complex plumbing system. The focus will be on advancements digital water mixing technology provides, allowing engineers and facility managers greater control and insight into their plumbing environment.



Date: September 29, 2015
Time: 1 PM EDT (10 AM PDT)
Duration: 1 hour
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Overview

Attendees will learn about the digital approach to delivering mixed water throughout a hot water recirculation loop in a commercial or institutional facility. The presentation will review the risks of mismanaging hot water delivery and compare mechanical and digital approaches for mixing water. It will focus on the precise control digital mixing technology provides and the advanced system management capabilities that promote a safer environment and efficient energy use. It will also describe the Powers IntelliStation™, a digital water mixing and recirculation solution that can integrate into a building automation system to give facility managers complete control and visibility of their domestic hot water delivery.

Thanks to its intelligent control module and electronically actuated valve, the IntelliStation provides fast and accurate response to the constant changes in a facility's mixed water delivery. It is field programmable, without requiring factory preprogramming or the use of a laptop and special software.

Discover how digital mixing technology allows facility managers of commercial/institutional facilities to exercise the control needed to provide hot water at safe, appropriate temperatures.

Key Take-Aways

Learn how digital mixing enhances hot water delivery in commercial and institutional facilities, with:

  • Tighter control over mixed outlet water delivery
  • Far superior system management
  • Potential for conserving energy and better managing energy costs
  • In the case of the IntelliStation, high-speed, accurate response to the constant water temperature variation with its smart controller and electronic fast-actuated valve

Speaker

Bruce Fathers, Product Director, Watts Water Technologies

As Product Director for Watts Water Technologies, Bruce Fathers leads cross-functional teams through strategic product mapping processes to determine investment initiatives for Watts Water's Commercial and Residential Flow business platform.

Powers is a Watts Water Technologies company