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Feeling the Heat, Easing the Strain

Marflow Hydronics’ introduction to Filterball, Heatsense and Flow Measurement. Introducing the unique Filterball, the ball valve with built in strainer for system maintenance, Heatsense, the ball valve with temperature measuring incorporated and Flow Measurement with interchangeable venturis for flow control and measurement. Marflow Hydronics: offering solutions for all applications.
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