Soham Neupane Enhances Hydronic Training for the Sales Team and Customers

June 5th, 2020 | by | No comments yet

Welcome, Soham Neupane, new Hydronic Training Manager for IMI Hydronic Engineering North America, bringing additional expertise to IMI Hydronic’s deep knowledge and strength in hydronic systems. Soham will train the sales force on hydronic products, from a systems solutions strategy to help sales reps and their customers design energy efficient, optimized hydronic balancing solutions for

Jenna Bauer Joins the Team to Elevate Customer Service

June 1st, 2020 | by | No comments yet

IMI Hydronic Engineering North America welcomes Jenna Bauer as our new Customer Service Manager. Jenna brings significant experience and expertise to IMI Hydronic, gained over six years in customer support roles with increasing responsibilities at IMI Precision in Littleton, Colorado. In her new role, Jenna serves as an internal strategic advocate for our sales rep

Hailey Mick Steps Up in the Aftermath of the Chattanooga Tornado

May 28th, 2020 | by | No comments yet

When an EF-3 tornado struck Chattanooga, Tennessee on Easter Sunday evening, our own Hailey Mick sprang into action to help her devastated community. This will come as no surprise to anyone who’s worked with Hailey. She brings passion and energy to helping our sales rep network solve their customers’ problems as our Engineering Applications and

New Webinar on the Use of Balancing Valves with Modulating Control Valves

May 19th, 2020 | by | No comments yet

Here’s a one-hour, live webinar you won’t want to miss! Learn about the use of Balancing Valves with Modulating Control Valves, and receive an attendance certificate to convert into PDH credit! Mike Trantham, IMI Flow Design’s Chief Engineer, will answer the questions engineers and design build contractors most frequently ask, focusing on balancing technologies, not specific products.

IMI Flow Design Announces Webinar Series

May 5th, 2020 | by | No comments yet

At ASHRAE 2020, the IMI Flow Design management and sales team re-committed to listen to our sales rep network, respond to their needs and then move forward with an action plan that delivers for our sales reps and their customers. One such need our sales reps identified is more information about different balancing technologies and

Dual Seal End Pieces

October 15th, 2015 | by | No comments yet

Motivation For years, IMI-Flow Design has provided valves with end connections customized for the job at hand.  When field disconnection is desired this means our carefully designed o-ring unions with their superior o-ring retention, but on system connections for an isolation valve a more permanent and tamper-proof system is required. The dual seal end-piece design is a permanent

Why’s There A Nut Under That Handle?

October 15th, 2015 | by | No comments yet

What? Many products from IMI-Flow Design have an integrated ball valve for isolating the terminal.  Under the handle of these ball valves there’s a nut.  This is called the “packing nut”.   Concealed under the packing nut is… wait for it… packing.  Specifically, there’s a piece of PTFE which is squeezed by the nut to

Three Classes of Flow Controller

May 11th, 2015 | by | No comments yet

Class I These are the simplest flow controllers mechanically.  The differential pressure across the device acts on an area, which tends to move a piston.  This force is opposed by a force which varies with position (normally a spring).  The force due to pressure and the spring force determine the position of the piston.  The

Venturi Balancing Valves

December 31st, 2014 | by | No comments yet

IMI Flow Design sells manual balancing valves based on a fixed venturi element.  This brings up certain questions, of course. What’s a Venturi? A venturi, at least in this context, is a device which converts pressure to kinetic energy, then converts it back. To put it simply, it gets narrow, then widens out gradually so

Modulating Control Valves and Autoflow™

December 31st, 2014 | by | No comments yet

The question comes up regularly: does Autoflow™ interfere with the operation of a modulating control valve? After all, as the control valve closes, the Autoflow will be opening. In short, of course it will make a difference, but it will not be worse than without the Autoflow™. Saturation The rate of heat flux from the