KLINGER Fluid Control's KHI ball valves negate scaling effects
Pressure fluctuations in geothermal water applications with an operating temperature greater than 70 °C are prone to an effect known as scaling. It represents an undesired accumulation of matter in the pipe system that expresses itself, for example, in the form of crystallized solids. Leading to availability and efficiency reductions, its most frequent causes are pipe bends or valves that do not allow the medium to pass freely.
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