calorifier


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calorifier

(kəˈlɒrɪˌfaɪə)
n
a water tank fitted with a coil, or coils, that can be heated in order to heat the water
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Because it does not store water like a traditional shell-and-tube storage calorifier, which must store water at 60[degrees]C or higher to aid the prevention of Legionella growth, less energy is needed to heat the water.
The BACnet system controls the 8 off storage calorifi ers and associated electrical backup, the system variable speed pumps, calorifier control valves with automatic control of the calorifier temperature and also utilises heat dumps within the buildings' swimming pools and also air/water heat exchangers.
What we have is a microprocessor control on the calorifier itself, which gives a signal on requirement, so it doesn't switch on the boiler unless there's a requirement.
2]) of the collectors was applied with a nominal capacity of hot-water calorifier of 36 [m.
Lister Marine's Alpha diesel engines are equipped with standard features including a Hurth reversing gearbox with 2:1 reduction, 12 V starter motor, 55 amp marine alternator, heat exchanger, water-cooled exhaust manifold, raw and fresh water pumps, calorifier connections, fuel filter with water trap, self-bleed fuel system, fuel lift pump, individual fuel injection pump for each cylinder, high level oil filler, and dipstick and sump drain pump.
If storing water at 60 [degrees] C is not practical or acceptable or the calorifier is not in use for 1 week or more, raising the temperature of the calorifier water to 70 [degrees] C to 75 [degrees] C for 1 hour will kill legionellae.
Tenders are invited for calorifier room 1 boiler repalcement
a complete boiler house refurbishment including boilers, flues, pumps, valves, pipework, insulation, calorifier and bms controls.
Tangerine Confectionery have all the confectionery produced at the company's confectionery processing plant at Clifton Road, Blackpool, cooked using steam, which is generated by a modulating steam boiler via a calorifier.
Our old calorifier system used to give us lots of problems," says Bendick's engineer Keith Wallace.
the mechanical works involve the fit-out of the following systems: heating demolition of existing low pressure hot water primary and secondary unit heater distribution system (lphw) heating installation of new low pressure hot water primary and secondary radiant panel distribution system (lphw) installation of new cws tank installation of new hot water calorifier installation of new mcc control panel and associated electrical works.