OK. I get it! Parallel pumping is a design technique I should review on most of my projects where first cost and energy cost are... READ MORE
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Reduced cost is often viewed as the reason parallel pumping exists as a design option for engineers. In today’s hydronic heating and cooling systems, we... READ MORE
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I’m in the middle of the series of blogs on parallel pumping. We can’t ignore the efficiency of variable frequency drives and motors when looking... READ MORE
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  Giving up the 100% standby pump is often the major concern when using parallel pumping strategies for hydronic heating and cooling systems.  This strategy... READ MORE
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  The historical view of parallel pumping was to make sure all the staging points landed on the single constant speed pump curve. This avoided... READ MORE
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Parallel pumping in hydronic systems can save energy and construction capital costs. Today we continue the series on parallel pumping where we look at the... READ MORE
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Most hydronic heating and chilled water systems end up with one operating pump and one 100% standby pump. It is easy to understand, and the... READ MORE
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I am beginning a series on parallel staged variable speed (VS) pumps. As I write this series, it is important to understand and refer to... READ MORE
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