Catalytic de-oxidation: 100 % chemical-free, environmentally friendly, and reliable corrosion protection with longer service life of district heating systems.
Reliable corrosion protection and longer service life of district heating systems
An innovative technology, catalytic de-oxidation (DeOx), removes all oxygen in the district heating water and protects piping against corrosion.
3-day course with site visits and with internationally experienced lecturers.
To give the participants an in-depth introduction to modern District Heating systems, and how to start and implement a project.
A success criteria for good water treatment in district heating systems is optimum technical and economical operation both in the short and in the long run. Likewise, low chemical consumption is a success criteria, since the environment will be the least stressed by leakage of district heating water and at the same time, the risk of corrosion will be reduced.
- Minimization of corrosion and formation of deposits.
- Optimum plant and operating economy.
- Minimum maintenance costs.
- Minimum internal and external environmental impact.
HeatPO™ (formerly known as PRESS-PO™) is a software solution for the optimization of the production of heat to district heating networks. HeatPO™ uses heat demand forecasts, data about production assets and limitations in the heating network to generate a heat production plan that satisfies the heat demand at minimal costs.
HeatFor (formerly known as PRESS-Prognosis™) is a software system for forecasting of heat demand in district heating systems. HeatFor™ is a self-learning and self-calibrating system. It is based on machine learning, weather forecasts, historical demand and online measurements in order to automatically produce very accurate heat demand forecasts.
Heat powered grid measuring point that communicates via GSM
Heat powered grid measuring point that communicates via GSM and functions with no external power supply or batteries. It records temperature- and pressure data.
Midi Compact is a complete, ready-to-install district heating substation for heating and hot water. Midi Compact is available in four sizes and is designed for buildings that have a primary connection to a district heating network. The sizes offered are 75, 100, 150 and 200 kW heating, with matching hot water output.
Alfa Laval has years of experience in district heating technology and has developed Midi Compact with well-planned pipework and with all components easily accessible for inspection and future servicing.
The PURIX A25 split system converts low-temperature heat sources into cooling. Substituting expensive electricity with cheap and low-quality energy sources to generate cooling is a unique opportunity to turn district heating into district cooling whilst reducing costs, environmental impact and greenhouse gas emissions.
Symbiosis combining large scale solar heating, gas fuelled CHP and absorption heat pump.
Silkeborg municipal-owned district heating company in Denmark, supplies most of the city Silkeborg with heat. The 400 GWh annual heat production has for 20 years been provided with a gas fuelled CC plant and gas boilers. Due to lower electricity prices, this production has been less cost effective recent years.