A large 2.5m3 transparent tank forms the centrepiece of the simulation. In it, submersible pumps are shown in their element and operating in an open-system (with elevated reservoir 1a). Placed around the immersion tank are systems that draw water out of the tank and pump it into the elevated reservoir 1a. So what should you expect?
- Real-time recording of measured data and identification of interdependencies between individual parameters.
- Illustration of correct installations.
- Training and fault simulation on controllers and pumps.
- Simulation of cavitation and counteractive measures.
- Commissioning of the products.
A simulation model that can be operated with either radiator or underfloor heating, and with conventional or high-efficiency pump technology. The intention and purpose is to demonstrate the different control characteristics of the pumps with different methods of heat dissipation.
- What effect do high-efficiency pumps have on life cycle costs?
- How do the pumps respond to changes in the circulation system?
Drinking water model
A simulation system with standard and high-efficiency pumps paired with intelligent technology is demonstrated and explained.
- What are the differences in pump technology and control characteristics?
- How do intelligent drinking water pumps have to be installed and what are the aspects to pay attention to?
Four circuits with two regulated and two unregulated pumps each. The focus here is on the differences between conventional technology and self-regulating pumps and the basic differences between wet and dry-running pumps.
- What are the aspects to pay attention to when installing the pumps?
- What are the configuration options on site?
- How do the physical variables change with the different control characteristics?