Heat transfer stations

Published:  06 November, 2014

Hoval, HIU, heat transfer station, space heating, district heating, community heating

Hovalís TransTherm heat-transfer stations are the subject of a film that explains their role in connecting buildings to increasingly popular district-heating networks.

The short animation illustrates how TransTherm heat-transfer stations provide efficient and reliable distribution of heat connected to each of the buildings connected to the network. Each transfer station can easily be adapted to provide a customised solution that meets the precise heating and hot-water requirements of a building ó in both new and retrofit projects.

TransTherm units are delivered as complete systems with all controls and sub-assemblies. Outputsof the range extends from 15 to 1720 kW.

For more information on this story, click here: Nov 2014, 152

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