Composite Industry

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Description
The composite manifold is used to distribute the medium in installations for underfloor heating and cooling. This series of manifolds is produced out of a special composite to be installed in low-temperature systems. The composite manifold is available in two basic versions, with or without pump mixing unit. The version with pump is available as model LTV or district heating. The model LTV is fitted with a regulating valve to limit the amount of water from the return manifold. The manifold without pump (model Industry) is especially suitable for heat pump installations where the manifold itself doesn’t need an additional pump.

All manifolds can be fitted with flowmeters or alternatively Active Flow Control. The A.F.C. valves can be used to set a dynamic flow for each individual loop. The manifolds are assembled with brass eurocone connections. Herewith almost every type and diameter of underfloor heating pipe can be connected.

 

Features

  • Primary or additional heat source
  • Suitable for heating and cooling
  • Self-insulating due to air chambers
  • Modular construction
  • Suitable for e.g. heat pump installations
  • To be used in both residential and non-residential installations
  • Primary connections both left or right possible
  • Thermostatic valves adjustable/lockable
  • Flow meters adjustable/lockable
  • Pump mixing unit can be connected afterwards
  • Supply and return manifold equipped with:
    • ball valve
    • thermometer
    • fill & drain valve
  • Cooling without condensation
  • Ready for zone control, wired or wireless

Technical specifications

  • Medium: water or water-glycol mixtures
  • Maximum percentage of glycol: 30%
  • Maximum working pressure: 6 bar
  • Maximum test pressure with cold water: 6 bar
  • Standard flow meter scale: 0 – 5 l/min
  • Thermometer scale: 0 – 60 °C

Specifications

No. of loopsWidthHeightDepthPrimary conn.Secondary conn.Centre distance
1-port190 mm390 mm135 mm1"3/4" eurocone60 mm
2-port250 mm390 mm135 mm1"3/4" eurocone60 mm
3-port310 mm390 mm135 mm1"3/4" eurocone60 mm
4-port370 mm390 mm135 mm1"3/4" eurocone60 mm
5-port430 mm390 mm135 mm1"3/4" eurocone60 mm
6-port490 mm390 mm135 mm1"3/4" eurocone60 mm
7-port550 mm390 mm135 mm1"3/4" eurocone60 mm
8-port610 mm390 mm135 mm1"3/4" eurocone60 mm
9-port670 mm390 mm135 mm1"3/4" eurocone60 mm
10-port730 mm390 mm135 mm1"3/4" eurocone60 mm
11-port790 mm390 mm135 mm1"3/4" eurocone60 mm
12-port850 mm390 mm135 mm1"3/4" eurocone60 mm
13-port910 mm390 mm135 mm1"3/4" eurocone60 mm
14-port970 mm390 mm135 mm1"3/4" eurocone60 mm
15-port1.030 mm390 mm135 mm1"3/4" eurocone60 mm
16-port1.090 mm390 mm135 mm1"3/4" eurocone60 mm
17-port1.150 mm390 mm135 mm1"3/4" eurocone60 mm
18-port1.210 mm390 mm135 mm1"3/4" eurocone60 mm
19-port1.270 mm390 mm135 mm1"3/4" eurocone60 mm
20-port1.330 mm390 mm135 mm1"3/4" eurocone60 mm

Description

Description
The composite manifold is used to distribute the medium in installations for underfloor heating and cooling. This series of manifolds is produced out of a special composite to be installed in low-temperature systems. The composite manifold is available in two basic versions, with or without pump mixing unit. The version with pump is available as model LTV or district heating. The model LTV is fitted with a regulating valve to limit the amount of water from the return manifold. The manifold without pump (model Industry) is especially suitable for heat pump installations where the manifold itself doesn’t need an additional pump.

All manifolds can be fitted with flowmeters or alternatively Active Flow Control. The A.F.C. valves can be used to set a dynamic flow for each individual loop. The manifolds are assembled with brass eurocone connections. Herewith almost every type and diameter of underfloor heating pipe can be connected.