Conserving Heating Energy In New Or Retrofit Projects - HVAC Heating
With their many advantages over conventional shell & tube heat exchangers,
Tranter Plate Heat Exchangers and
Shell & Plate Heat Exchangers can handle a wide range of HVAC heating applications:
- Geothermal heat source or thermal storage isolation
- Combined process heat/HVAC heating
- Waste/low-grade heat recovery
- Instantaneous water heating
- Swimming pool heating
- Embedded radiant heating (using Tranter Prime Surface Heat Exchanger panels)
Design flexibility and close temperature approach enable Tranter exchangers to improve system control and efficiency, saving energy and money.
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Practical District Heating From Diverse Opportunities
Primary loop heat energy from often dirty and corrosive high-grade heating sources can be exchanged to secondary distribution circuits through
Tranter Plate Heat Exchangers or
Tranter Shell & Plate Heat Exchangers with corrosion-resistant plates. Shell & Plate units have the ability to withstand pressures to 100 barg (1450 psig) and temperatures from -58° to 900°C (-50° to 1650°F) for standard range units.
Conserving Steam Through Combined Process And HVAC Systems
Off-peak steam load from a large central boiler can be directed in a primary circuit through a
Tranter Shell & Plate Heat Exchanger, exchanging this heat energy to
Tranter Plate Heat Exchangers heating spaces throughout an entire hospital campus.
Conserving Off-Peak Heating Load Via A Thermal Storage Loop
An economical strategy is to feed surplus steam or thermal fluid to a storage or accumulator tank for use when the load is heavy.
Tranter Plate Heat Exchangers are being used in isolation loops to protect the primary heat transfer equipment.
Preventing Coil Damage Using Steam/Water-To-Glycol Heating
Installing a secondary non-freeze water/glycol heating circuit is common for zones exposed to seasonal freezing temperatures.
Tranter Plate Heat Exchangers are often used in both central and peripheral glycol circuits.