Flowpress Pressurisation Units

Pressurisation Units

Flowtech can provide a wide range of pressurisation units, offering an impressive selection of solutions for use in domestic and commercial sealed heating or chilled water systems.

Our product range consists provides options of choice of quantity of pumps, wall mounted or floor standing and IP66 Rated.

Our Units Feature:

  • Not restricted by mains pressure.
  • System Fill (user option) compliant with UK water authority best practice.
  • Factory setting or on-site commissioning certificate available.

Need to keep your heating and chilled water systems running? Flowtech’s Flowpress pressurisation units are a range of high-quality, reliable units that can help you maintain the pressure in your domestic or commercial sealed heating or chilled water systems. Our units are available in a variety of sizes and configurations to suit your specific needs, and they are all backed by our comprehensive warranty.

We can provide a wide range of pressurisation equipment, offering an impressive selection of solutions for use in domestic and commercial sealed heating or chilled water systems. Our product range provides options of choice of the quantity of pumps, wall mounted or floor standing.

Flowtech Water Solutions has a wide range of single and twin pump pressurisation units, available as floor or wall mounted. View our recent pressurisation unit projects by click here.

A pressurisation unit is a mechanical device that is used to maintain the pressure in a system. There are several reasons why a pressurisation unit is needed:

To maintain the flow of fluid: A pressurisation unit ensures that the fluid in the system is always flowing at the correct pressure. This is important for ensuring that the system operates efficiently and that the components are not damaged. To prevent leaks: A pressurisation unit can help to prevent leaks in the system by maintaining the pressure. This is because the pressure helps to keep the seals in the system tight. To protect the system from damage: A pressurisation unit can help to protect the system from damage by preventing leaks and by ensuring that the components are not subjected to excessive pressure. To meet safety requirements: In some cases, a pressurisation unit may be required to meet safety requirements.

The specific need for a pressurisation unit will depend on the application. For example, a heating system may not need a pressurisation unit if the water pressure in the mains is high enough. However, a cooling system may need a pressurisation unit to ensure that the refrigerant pressure is always maintained at the correct level.

When choosing a pressurisation unit, it is important to consider the following factors:
• The size of the system
• The type of fluid that is being pressurised
• The desired pressure level
• The required flow rate

Not sure what model is right for you? Contact our sales team today on 0333 200 1756 or info@flowtech.org.uk.

With the introduction of mains fed appliances like combination boilers, unvented cylinders and electric showers, the importance of the main supply for both pressure and flow rate, is paramount. Knowing that you need a pressure booster is the easy bit, knowing exactly which booster set you need is a more complex.

To choose a pump set it is important to have two basic items of information:
1) How much water flow is required?
2) What pressure is required at the highest outlet?

Our teams can design and manufacture a custom solution to suit your project requirements. Contact our sales team today on 0333 200 1756 or info@flowtech.org.uk.

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