Hydronic Control Panels
Eagle Mountain manufactures Hydronic Control Panels for residential and commercial applications. Our panels are custom designed and precision shop-built using only the finest components. Mounted on a solid HDPE back panel with a bubble level & wall hanger bracket, control panels arrive at the job-site ready for installation.
Hydronic Control Panel Benefits:
Custom Control Panel Design
Eagle Mountain provides complete custom design work for residential and commercial applications. Our panel designs save time, money, and reduce the space needed for complex pumping and zoning systems.
All hydronic control panels are precision shop built at Eagle Mountain’s factory in western New York. Pumps, actuators, and controls are pre-wired and operationally tested. The hydronic system is leak tested to 60 psi.
Eagle Mountain manufactures its Hydronic Control Panels with the highest quality components including:
Ease of InstallationAll panels arrive pre-wired and ready for installation. Panel drawings and wiring diagrams can be delivered in advance of the panel shipment.
Electrical installation is simplified as a single power supply operates all equipment on the panel. Standard hydronic fittings are compression style and require no special tools, just a basic wrench.
Build Your Hydronic Control Panel
Answer the following questions for a free customized control panel quote.
Questions? Call (585) 412-4245 and we can guide you through the configuration process. Answers to common questions are located on the right side of this page.
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Hydronic Control Panels are custom designed and manufactured. A sales representative may contact you to confirm your panel configuration. If the standard responses do not apply, please make a note in the comments in the comments section. If you don't know the answer to any of the questions, don't worry.
Please select your desired heat source. If you need a custom Geothermal loopfield pump panel, please select Geothermal and make a note in the comments section.
Heat Source Pump on Panel
The "primary" loop connects the control panel to the heat source. Panels need a primary pump if the heat source does not include its own circulator.
3 way mixing is required when several zones require different temerature water but the source water temperature is constant. Injection mixing is used when the source water is not a constant temperature.
Heat Source Supply & Return
This piping is also called primary piping because it connects the heat source to the control panel.
The number of radiant zones affects panel layout and pump sizing. Eagle Mountain's panels include a single circulator pump for all zones which lowers the cost to add additional zones.
Manifold Supply & Return
This piping connects the control panel to the mainfolds located in each radiant zone. If the system requires piping of a different type or sizes, please make a note in the comments.
Hydronic Air Zones
Air zones connect the hydronic control panel to high or low velocity air handles for both heating and cooling applications.
Domestic Hot Water
This option applies when a boiler system heats domestic hot water with an indirect hot water tank. The control panel will include a circulator pump configured for DHW.
Optional Radiant Pump
Eagle Mountain control panels use either Grundfos 1558 FC or Grundfos 26-99 FC circulator pumps for primary, secondary, and DHW loops. The Grundfos 26-99 FC upgrade applies when the manifold supply and return distance exceeds the design critera for the standard Grundfos 1558 FC circulator pump.
Please refer to the Grundfos pump curve of call Eagle Mountain at (585) 412-4245.
Based on analysis of system fluid volume, we can suggest the use of a more powerful circulator.
The total volume of your hydronic system is important for our engineers to determine whether the control panel circulators will meet your requirements.
Custom panel design is available to fit your specific project requirements. Please provide as much information as possible and add specific details to the comments section.