Plate heat exchangers generate domestic hot water from steam

Published:  06 October, 2007

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Steam to instantaneous domestic hot water is provided by plate-heat-exchanger units from Stokvis.

A site’s steam supply can be used to provide almost instantaneous hot water using the latest Stokvis steam-to-water packaged plate heat exchangers. There is a choice of 27 units to provide up to 850 l/h of hot water.

The units have two fast-acting electro-mechanical safety valves to provide a very high level of inherent safety, including immediate shutdown if the power supply fails or a remote, independent thermostat indicates overheating.

Unlike hot-water storage units, these plate heat exchangers do not require stripping down annually for inspection.



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