All About Next Generation Variable Speed Pumps and Pressure Sensor Technologies for Water Distribution Systems

July 5, 2019

What Do Design Engineers Need to Know about Water Distribution Systems in High Rise Apartment Towers and Office Complexes

Sensata Technologies, one of the world’s leading suppliers of sensor solutions, industrial controls, power management, and electrical protection, today announced a new white paper –Improving the Efficiency and Reliability of Water Systems with Variable Speed Pumps and Pressure Sensors 

From water for personal use and sanitation, to running appliances like dishwashers and clothes washers, ensuring that a building’s water supply is always reliable and at the right pressure, is critical for the efficient operation of any high-rise structure’s water distribution.

This white paper covers the challenges that architects, developers and builders across the globe are facing when designing water systems for high rise structures. It discusses the advantages of using variable speed pumps and the critical role pressure sensors play in monitoring their operation to ensure optimal efficiency.

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