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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
eco-friendly buildings
strategy in action
data and product connections through a digital platform
Aalberts hydronic flow control is taking heating, ventilation and air-conditioning systems into the digital age with the 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.
most sustainable expansion vessel
Expansion vessels are key components in many hydronic heating systems. They ensure the systems run safely and efficiently, and that water expansion goes unnoticed by a building’s occupants. But they need to be robust. Aalberts hydronic flow control has worked on the Flexcon expansion vessel that has the smallest possible environmental footprint, and lasts significantly longer than other vessels on the market.
heating solutions in unconventional locations
Maintaining the ideal temperature in large buildings is key to making occupants feel comfortable. But what if the building’s a little more complex? This was the challenge undertaken by Aalberts hydronic flow control, when they designed a state-of-the-art underfloor heating system for a church in Belgium undergoing a major restoration.
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.
a heat-storage solution
Today, 18.9% of Europe’s total energy consumption comes from renewable sources. But renewables often come from irregular sources, such as wind or solar, which means it’s vital that we create ways to store energy to use when required. Aalberts has created just such a product, enabling heat in homes to be stored and then used on-demand to provide hot water and central heating.
greater efficiency through balanced hydronic flow
Across Europe, the majority of today’s buildings have heating systems that are either unbalanced or poorly balanced. Yet balanced hydronic system flows are vital to ensure not only optimum comfort for buildings’ residents, but also to minimise energy usage and cut costs.
cutting energy use with smart thermostats
Unused energy is wasted energy. And while attaining true energy efficiency is an ambitious goal, we believe it’s one worth aiming towards. We know that it involves delivering energy within a building to the right place at the right time. Yet how do you achieve this with imperfect information? And how can you anticipate occupants’ needs, instead of simply reacting to too much or too little heat?
smart innovation for heating systems
Lower energy consumption, less wear and tear, fewer breakdowns, a longer lifespan and a more efficient heating and cooling installation. While it may sound too good to be true, these are the benefits enjoyed by customers who have installed our XStream air and dirt separator
new HQ rated top-10
Aalberts is always looking to take the next step forward, whether developing sustainable solutions for the eco-friendly building market internally or for customers. The new head office of Aalberts hydronic flow control in Almere, the Netherlands, is one of the country's most sustainable, and it has just been awarded the BREEAM outstanding certificate for sustainability to prove it.