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A thermostatic radiator valve
<p>A thermostatic radiator valve.</p>

Non solid state control strategies

High mass radiant systems are not conducive to deep setbacks or fast recovery They now have battery powered TRVs that will work in low mass settings The really neat thing about TRVs is that their control ability is proportional to the connected load

Having been in this business for more than 30 years, I have seen some things that if you’d told me 30 years ago that I’d be seeing them today, I’d probably have laughed myself to sleep. Computers on boilers? You must be kidding! And now, here we are today, with more computing power onboard even the lowliest of boilers than there was on the spacecrafts that circled the moon many years ago. And don’t get me wrong, I am all for increases in system and employee

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