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Here you will find more detailed information, useful tips and answers to some questions.
Please call TTM if you want to know more or need help with your HVAC system.

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Cold outside doesn't have to mean cold inside!

We solve well-known problems and create sustainable investments.

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The world's smallest shunt unit

The new member of the family, Shuntomatic Mini, has had a long history from the drawing board and the CAD environment to now becoming reality.

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We solve well-known problems and creates long-term investments

When was the last time you performed fluid treatment in your HVAC system?

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TTM NoXygen® and pump expansion

In systems with pump expansion, TTM recommends that you install a TTM Offset equalisation tank adjacent to the pump expansion.

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Do you have tap water in the heating system?

Good drinking water contains oxygen, carbon dioxide and a lot of nitrogen and needs to be degassed.

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Struggling with dirt and magnetite?

It can be tough when you realise how many contaminants and how much magnetite is in your system fluid, that’s the start of the solution rather than the problem.

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Low pressure in your system? Check the safety valve and expansion vessel!

Do you know if your expansion vessel and safety valves are letting out water?

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Safer glycol handling with TTM Protector

When you work with glycol, for example in an RTB 61 mixing tank, you can increase safety levels and prevent accidental spills or leaks with TTM Protector 61-100.

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Environmentally approved shunt units contain less lead

To take greater environmental responsibility, we have begun to minimise the lead content in our products.

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Prefab shunt units with built-in energy metering now available

Our new category, Shuntopac EM, is equipped with integrated ultrasound energy meters.

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Stop running round adjusting valves!

Dynamic, pressure-independent valves do the job for you.

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What is a shunt unit?

A shunt unit is a unit that creates energy efficiency in different circuits in a HVAC system by optimising temperature, pressure and flows.