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Vexve ball and butterfly valves were used in the Xingtai district heating company's 20 km long transfer line.
Vexve’s smart temperature control products are part of the intelligent hybrid heating system of a low-emission single family house in the Kivistö exhibition area of Vantaa.
Original Vexve and Naval valves, almost 30 years old, are reused at the Kokemäen Lämpö biofuel plant at a potato starch factory.
Vexve valves and technical expertise were utilized in Riikinvoima’s and Varkauden Aluelämpö’s joint district heat pump station project.
Vexve’s valves and hydraulic control products were chosen for the A2A Group’s new ring network at San Siro district in Milan.
In a district heating network renovation, Kotkan Energia chose Vexve valves with hydraulic control solutions to enable remote valve control.
Lusail, one of the world's largest construction projects, utilizes Vexve's products in its district cooling network.
Vexve valves for installation in the St Petersburg gas network pass strict quality assurance.
To ensure trouble free energy distribution Vexve hydraulic valve controls are installed in Tjumen.
Vexve's products enable remote control of valves in the Växjö district heating network.
Vexve valves are used in the Gebwell district heating substation to heat and cool the Amos Rex -museum.
The Tyrvään Pappila restored rectory utilizes Vexve HVAC products and Vexve AM45-heat control in its district heat distribution unit.
Vexve control and shut-off buttefly valves were used at the pumping station modernization project in Chisinau, which improved drive efficiency of the stations.