While the heating system and cooling system are running, The balancing valve acts to balance hydraulics. Such valves are divided into two types: static balancing valves and dynamic balancing valves. static balancing valves act as permanent resistance forces that are built into the system. Installing these valves must be calculated and precisely customized. If only one valve is changed from all the addresses, the system can cause changes in flow to other valves.
The dynamic balancing valves acts as a flow limiter. Such valves are customized to have the desired flow rate and prevent a greater flow rate. If the front pressure of the valve increases, more valves will be closed. Therefore, the loss of pressure throughout the valve will also increase. Such a method will help maintain the desired flow rate on a specific path. The incoming pressure for the dynamic balancing valves must increase rather than the appropriate activation limit.
Balancing valves are everywhere from many manufacturers. Some types are attached to electronic devices that measure flow throughout the valve’s path. Such a method is done by measuring constant pressure loss throughout the valve and calculating the flow based on the kevi value of the current position in the valve.