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our technologies

hydronic flow control

energy efficiency from source to emitter

Aalberts hydronic flow control is partnering with its customers to engineer seamless energy efficient hydronic systems for their building requirements. We are involved in every step of the building life cycle.
our competitive advantage
our legacy brands
industrial brands with strong heritage in the marketplace
Flamco is the leading brand for top-quality components in heating and cooling systems since 1956. As a true pathfinder in the ‘central heating revolution’ of the late 1950s, Flamco conquered the market and continued to be the industry innovator.
Comap is the leading brand for thermal and sanitary solutions in living spaces since 1921. These solutions all result in intelligent management of water and energy and increasing comfort and well-being for occupants.
end markets
achieving unique markets positions with sustainable impact
strategy in action
supplying underfloor heating system for big retailer in the Netherlands
Prénatal, a leading European chain store specialised in products for future mothers and children, developed a unique multifunctional meeting point including a flagship store, multifunctional auditorium, spaces for workshops, body & mind-sessions and a contemporary cafe. The baby brand's headquarters moved to this brand new location in the centre of The Netherlands.
engineering climate technology systems in the Shard
Our UK Climate technology team had the great opportunity to engineer a solution on the iconic Shard of Glass building near London Bridge.
thermal solution for OVO Wroclaw building (Poland)
With audaciously modern architectural lines, OVO Wroclaw is a multi-functional and luxurious complex that includes apartments, offices, shops, restaurants and bars as well as a 189-room hotel and conference centre.
increasingly smarter hydronic systems for transportation of heat and cold
How does the team at Aalberts approach challenges? And what are they doing to stand out from the crowd?
rolling out climate technology pilots enabling to create business models
Focused on implementing our long-term business plan and innovation roadmap, we rolled out a series of pilots to develop ‘digital’ solutions and data collection, enabling us to create new business models
updating a hydraulic test rig to train tomorrow's engineers
Ever wondered how radiators in your home receive the right amount of hot water to match the thermostat setting? Or how top-floor radiators in apartment blocks or office buildings don’t run out of hot water on cold days when everyone has the heating on?
data and product connections through a digital platform
Flamco is taking heating, ventilation and air-conditioning systems into the digital age with the launch of Flamconnect, a digital portal that lets the company monitor the status of heating and cooling systems online. As well as helping customers better maintain and operate their systems, the new platform will also lead to more sustainable buildings.
a lighthouse project at lightning speed
We’re specialists in many areas here at Aalberts, but we’re particularly skilled in working together to develop remarkable solutions to customers’ problems. So it’s no surprise that an international team from Aalberts hydronic flow control recently secured a lightning-fast contract to supply heating solutions at one of London’s most iconic buildings.
investing in the future with the people of tomorrow
Aalberts was invited to Codam, a programming college in Amsterdam, to speak about the social and environmental challenges of today and how we, as Aalberts, can make a positive impact with our mission-critical technologies.
Flexcon: creating the most sustainable expansion vessel
Aalberts hydronic flow control launched the Flexcon Premium, the market's most sustainable expansion vessel. At the heart of the Flexcon Premium is a unique plastic membrane, made of thermoplastic polyolefin (TPO).
separating air and dirt particles from water in heating systems
We play an essential role in the continuing strong demand for efficient heating systems, engineering mission-critical components for HVAC systems and combining established principles with new technologies.
providing help and support in the community
As the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic tightens its grip across the world, the Aalberts family is uniting to provide assistance wherever and whenever possible. We are proud to share some recent initiatives taken across the company.
innovating during unusual times
At Aalberts we embrace ongoing uncertainty and disruption as an opportunity to differentiate and to show our unique strengths. We continue to support our customers and develop cutting-edge solutions. It's this entrepreneurial and can-do spirit that will help us emerge stronger from the current crisis.
data pioneers in our industry
We live and work in a data-driven world. For many companies, being able to access and utilise information quickly and effectively is the holy grail of data management. Over the last eight years Aalberts integrated piping systems has consecutively pioneered the use of managing data centrally, and sharing it internationally with websites, data pools, and wholesalers.
breathing new life into a village church
In 2013, the Sint-Niklaas church in Belgium's West Flanders region was razed to the ground by fire. But after a major restoration project including a state-of-the-art underfloor heating system by Aalberts hydronic flow control, the church has reopened to support the local community.
hydrogen: from the lab to the home
As a sustainable energy source, there is growing interest in using hydrogen to heat homes in place of natural gas. To help test the feasibility of such a switch, Aalberts hydronic flow control and Aalberts integrated piping systems are participating in a ground-breaking three-month pilot study in the Dutch city of Groningen.