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Product Description

A circulator pump is used to keep the domestic hot water circulating back to the production system (heat exchanger or water heating unit).

Circulation of domestic hot water ensures a flow inside the pipes, even though hot water is not withdrawn. In this way, the waiting time is kept to an acceptable level. The domestic hot water is circulated at a given minimum temperature to minimise energy consumption. This is controlled by a circulation valve, strategically placed several places in the domestic hot water system.


  • Operation: Maintains hot water circulation

  • Control: Circulation valve for energy-efficient temperature regulation

  • Placement: Strategic valve locations in the system

  • Application: Domestic hot water systems

Things to know

Maintain hot water flow, reducing waiting times and energy usage with strategic circulation valve placement.

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