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LTG flow rate and pressure controllers handle all the important checking and control tasks, even at very low air velocities and with a minimal space requirement – and also for futuristic control concepts like on-demand or hybrid ventilation.
Thanks to System ActiveControl , LTG flow rate controllers handle all the important checking and control tasks, even at very low air velocities and with a minimal space requirement – and also for futuristic control concepts like demand controlled ventilation or hybrid ventilation.
The variable LTG flow rate controllers regulate constant or variable volumetric flows independently of the inlet pressure. They reliably ensure energy-efficient operation of the ventilation system and are available, depending on the design, with accessories such as a silencer. All variable flow rate controllers are available in round or oblong shapes and in many different sizes – suitable for any duct size.View
In systems with constant volumetric flow (KVS), flow rate controllers are used that automatically maintain a constant volumetric flow mechanically. Not needing cables or external power, they are a practical and inexpensive solution. LTG flow rate controllers for a constant volumetric flow are available in many variants: in a round or angled shape, in many sizes, and with or without an insulating casing.View
Pressure controllers are used for line pressure regulation in air pipes. They ensure that a comparable inlet pressure applies at all connected air passages and they compensate for any pressure fluctuations – and with a sufficiently high fan pressure automatically in all lines. All LTG pressure controllers are also suitable for use in contaminated or chemically polluted air, and available for both round and oblong ducts.
LTG shut-off dampers dependably shut off volumetric flows and in so doing ensure an air-tight seal. Their applications range from clean rooms, hospitals and laboratories to use in ships. They are available in round or oblong shapes, in many different dimensions and different materials. They attain tightness classes ranging from Class 3 to Class 4 as per DIN EN 1751.