Alexa remembers the year Belimo’s Industry Changer Werner Buck was inducted into the Controltrends Hall of Fame and so does ControlTrends! Watch this Controltrends video form the ControlTrends Awards archives and see one of the HVAC Industry Greats honored.
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Join us to learn the basics of airside economizing and why the Belimo ZIP Economizer™ is the obvious choice. We will discuss the benefits of economizing, current industry codes and standards, and how the patented ZIP Economizer simplifies set up with its easy to follow process using our zip code technology. The ZIP Economizer is a code compliant solution with a live display of operating conditions, self-diagnostics, and alarm history. Also preview upcoming features for the ZIP including BACnet capability and wider ranges of values.
Belimo Retrofit Overview – Knowledge is Power!
Join the Belimo Retrofit Overview webinar to learn about Belimo’s retrofit business and the customizable solutions. Retrofit opportunities are dependent on knowledge and understanding of how to use the available tools. After attending this presentation, you will have a good understanding on how to fill out a retrofit form to make a custom solution. Knowledge is power!
‘Fit and forget’ sensors to compensate variable and changing viscosities. The sensors have a rugged design with no moving parts, require no calibration, and provide accurate, repeatable measurements improving the control and efficiency of HVAC systems
Belimo releases new inline flow sensors sizes 2½ to 6” that offer automatic glycol measurement and compensation for optimal system performance. Trusted flow measurement is essential in maximizing HVAC system efficiency and ensuring occupant comfort. Belimo flow sensors utilize ultrasonic technology with glycol compensation to provide accurate and repeatable flow measurements of water and water/glycol mixtures without drift in any HVAC application.
The Belimo flow sensors use two offset transducers (refer to Figure 1) to determine the flow velocity by measuring the speed of sound in the heat transfer fluid. The downstream transit time is measured by passing an ultrasonic pulse from the lower transducer to the upper transducer; the process is then reversed to obtain the upstream time. Transit times differ based on the flow through the sensor tube; the downstream pulse is accelerated, the upstream pulse is impeded and slowed. The ultrasound pulses with the fluid temperature can be used to calculate the kinematic velocity (𝑣𝑚𝑒𝑎𝑠) and determine the measured volumetric flow.
The flow sensors have a patented automatic glycol compensation algorithm that selects the correct fluid properties for the flow and energy calculation eliminating manual input of glycol percentage for sensor setup. The algorithm can be applied to a range of heat transfer fluids, ensuring accurate and repeatable measurements. The automatic glycol concentration minimizes drift and provides trusted flow measurement by continuously compensating glycol concentration in a hydronic system.
The Belimo inline flow sensors are an advancement in thermal energy with ultrasonic transit-time technology that automatically measures and compensates glycol concentration. ‘Fit and forget’ sensors to compensate variable and changing viscosities. The sensors have a rugged design with no moving parts, require no calibration, and provide accurate, repeatable measurements improving the control and efficiency of HVAC systems. All flow sensors are wet calibrated to simulate field operation and available with NIST traceable calibration certification. The 2½” to 6” flow sensors now complete the FM series flow sensor offering.
SelectPro – Sizing and Selection Made Simple
SelectPro is software tool that allows you to quickly and accurately size and select valves, actuators, sensors, and replacement solutions. SelectPro has many features:
Have some additional features you would like to see added? Email us. SelectPro is available online and for download. Try it out today.
Belimo University offers training opportunities for you to learn more about HVAC fundamentals and Belimo products. Our training programs are available on-site or online. Belimo University also provides a variety of 30 minute webinars available on our YouTube channel. To receive notifications of upcoming webinars – sign up here.
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New Technologically Advanced Ball Valve Assemblies
Belimo Americas releases new ball valve assemblies with fail-safe and non-fail-safe actuators (PKR and PR series). These new assemblies offer energy efficiency, easy installation, application flexibility, longevity, and reliability for aggressive applications. The modulating, Multi-Function Technology (MFT) actuator models can be field customized to match the design requirements. When the application requires a particular control, feedback signal, or running time (30-120 sec), MFT is the answer. The assemblies offer:
Belimo University offers training opportunities for you to learn more about HVAC fundamentals and Belimo products. Our training programs are available on-site or online. Belimo University also provides a variety of 30 minute webinars which are recorded and available on our YouTube channel. A sampling is available on our website. To receive notifications of upcoming webinars – sign up here.
Be up to date on Belimo news by following us on all our social media channels. By sharing our company content with your networks, you will help expand your followers and pass along our message. Send us your articles or photos of unique applications you want us to share – email us.
Danbury, CT, June 18, 2019 –Belimo Americas released new ball valve assemblies with fail-safe and non-fail-safe actuators (PKR and PR series). These technologically advanced assemblies offer energy efficiency, easy installation, application flexibility, longevity, and reliability for aggressive applications. The modulating, Multi-Function Technology (MFT) actuator models can be field customized to match the needs of the application. When the application requires a particular control, feedback signal, or running time (30-120 sec), MFT is the answer.
- Near Field Communication (NFC) for fast programming, commissioning, and troubleshooting
- BACnet communication provides useful data for advanced BMS control sequences
- Saves energy with less power consumption than currently available solutions
- Zero leakage rating improves system performance with self-adjusting end stop design
- Application flexibility with universal power supply input from 24 to 240 VAC
“By adding PKR and PR actuator options to our industrial ball valve product line, we are able to provide additional flexibility and enhanced performance which has not been available in the industrial ball valve marketplace,” states Russ Brown, Belimo Product Manager for Ball Valves.
Belimo is the global market leader in the development, production, and marketing of field device solutions for controlling heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems. Actuators, control valves, and sensors make up the company’s core business. Known for its direct-coupled actuator and innovations in pressure independent control valve technology, Belimo has solutions to maintain an efficient building environment. For 40 years, Belimo has provided innovations in comfort, energy efficiency, and safety solutions to customers through the world, all of which are backed by Belimo’s unsurpassed five-year warranty. For more information, contact Belimo at 1-800-543-9038 or visit the website at www.belimo.us.
For additional information, contact Lisa Hickey at 203.749.3341 or email at Lisa.Hickey@us.belimo.com.
Belimo industrial ball valves feature 2-way and 3-way configurations operated by rotary actuators. The actuators are controlled by a standard voltage for on/off, modulating, or floating point control which moves the valve to the position dictated by the control system.
Performance expectations for a building automation system are rising, and those opportunities generally focus on improving efficiency and reliability by leveraging more data. New Belimo products allow easy integration using standard BAS protocols to increase controllability and visibility of data inside of end devices. Join us for this webinar to learn more and take advantage of these new products that are available now.
You don't need any tools to change this Belimo Actuator, but make sure you don't...
Well, watch the video, it’s a great video and Belimo makes great actuators, in fact, in this how-to-video, you will learn the proper way to remove and install the QCV and PIQCV zone valve actuators. The QCV and PIQCV easily connect and disconnects to the allowing operators and technicians to install valves quickly, efficiently, and without the use of tools. This helps simplify commissioning and reduces labor costs. The clip position to set the CV or GPM is also explained. To learn more about Belimo ZoneTight Zone Valves, visit www.belimo.us, and to purchase this actuators you can go to your local distributor, or a master distributor like stromquist.com or dmscontrolsgroup.com
OK, make sure you don’y try to unscrew the actuator from the valve body, it pops off!
Balancing Hydronic Systems can definitely be a challenge – sometimes we know what the problem is but it can be hard to see it. The Belimo Hydronic Simulator™ will allow you to get a better understanding of the impact static balancing valves have on the entire system when a single control valve changes position. Join us for this webinar to learn more and take advantage of this new tool that is now available online.
Episode 295: ControlTalk NOW — Smart Buildings Videocast and PodCast for week ending Dec 16, 2018 features our interview with ACI’s Tech Support Manager, Matt Buchholz, who is a finalist for the 2018 ControlTrends Awards Technical Support Person of the Year. Next up, Aaron Gorka, Innovation Manager at Ant Technologies, [Read more…]