Water booster sets are used across the country for many applications. So no matter if its a school, office block, apartment block, hospital or hotel – all of these places rely hugely on pumped water to ensure water gets to where you need it, when you need it.
Water booster pump sets come in all different shapes, sizes and configurations. Because of this, every manufacturer has their own interpretation of how a booster set should be put together and how they should operate.
After years of operation, water booster set breakdowns can occur. This can range from any type of fault including leaking mechanical seals or electrical breakdown. Repairing the unit can be either a short or long term solution, depending upon its condition. Eventually the unit will require refurbishment or replacement.
DWP Services offer a complete packaged solution for any scenario. We are able to provide each client with a tailored solution to suit their needs. If cost is key we have a full understanding of cost effective solutions across manufacturers, and how they operate. Here are some useful facts on a couple of the main water booster set manufacturers to help you make the right choice for you.
Water booster sets have been hugely developed over the years with innovative space saving, energy efficiency and serviceability. There are a vast amount of manufacturers offering a large amount of options for customers to research. Luckily we have done this bit for you. As a result, we are able to specify the perfect booster set for your application, explaining all the pros and cons along the way.
Replacing an existing booster set can be a stressful experience; organising several trades to ensure minimal disruption to the system. DWP Services offers a one stop shop turn key experience for our projects. From a site survey, strip out, installation and commissioning; seeing every project through from start to finish.
Pressurisation units are designed to replace water that has been lost through system leakage. Most modern boiler and air con systems use a sealed system. Whilst these systems can be filled through a manual ‘filling loop’ this requires physically topping the system up by hand. Large systems can loose a considerable amount of water and when the water pressure becomes too low the system will fail. This is where a pressurisation unit becomes a requirement it can automatically top up a heating or chilled water system whilst constantly monitoring system pressure. A pressurisation unit can also give alarms in high pressure conditions giving a fault and shutting down plant in any type of fault condition.
Its important to have pressurisation units correctly calibrated along with expansion vessels to be set at the correct precharge. If either of these components are faulty or incorrectly set up unexpected faults or system shut downs can occur causing inconvenience and costly call outs
The new fifth generation Hydrovar is now available. The new HVL hydrovar is now easier to install and operate due to its new quickstart guide and intelligently designed wiring design, the new HVL variable speed inverter is backward compatible with the last generation HV4 inverter and can be configured to operate up to 8 pumps in sequence.
The new Hydrovar HVL features include:
The HVL inverter has been a serious contender in the variable speed market for many years. Its motor or wall mounted options ensures flexible easy installation for the end user.
If you require any variable speed specific advise, repair, replacement or installation services contact DWP Services for expert advise.
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