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Flow Control

Flow Control Valves

Flow control valves are an essential component of HVAC systems that regulate the flow of air or water in a building. These valves are typically located near the source of the air or water supply and work to balance the pressure and flow rate of the fluid. By controlling the flow rate of the fluid, the valve helps maintain a consistent temperature and pressure throughout the system, ensuring that the HVAC system operates efficiently and effectively.

HVAC air flow control valves come in a variety of types and sizes, each designed to meet specific system requirements. Some common types of flow control valves include ball valves, butterfly valves, globe valves, and needle valves. The choice of valve type will depend on the specific application and the flow rate and pressure requirements of the HVAC system.

Properly functioning flow control valves are critical to the operation of an HVAC system. They help maintain a consistent and efficient flow of air or water, which in turn improves the overall performance and energy efficiency of the system. Regular maintenance and inspection of the valves can help ensure that they continue to operate effectively and avoid any potential system failures.

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