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Eliminating the High Cost of Over-Pumping in Thermal Distribution Systems

Summary This presentation will examine how inadequate hydronic balancing will cause over pumping and low delta T. Low delta T is very costly but can be corrected. Keeping the water in the coils per their design will allow chillers, coils and pumps to perform according to their design...


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Thermal Distribution in District Energy and Cogeneration Systems: The Case for Hot Water

Speakers Bill Liegois, Stanley Consultants #ConferenceProceeding #CampusEnergyConference #2014 #HotWater #StanleyConsultants


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Effective Air and Dirt Removal to Improve Performance and Extend the Life of Thermal Distribution Systems

Summary A presentation on the best practices of air and dirt removal from hydronic systems to enhance performance and efficiency. Speakers Stephen Clinton, Spirotherm, Inc. #CampusEnergyConference #Workshop #ConferenceProceeding #WaterTreatment #ThermalDistribution ...


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Thermal System Leak & Loss Management

Summary An overview of thermal...distribution system repair and replacement


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Manhole Covers & Vault Maintenance

Summary This workshop relates Texas A&M's experience upgrading manhole covers and performing vault maintenance. Speakers David Payne, Texas A&M University Rick Glass, McGard #2015 #CampusEnergyConference #Workshop #ThermalDistribution #TexasAM #Texas #UnitedStates ...

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District Heating Pipeline Network Market will witness 5% CAGR throughout from 2017 to 2024

Press Release, The Business Journals World District Heating Pipeline Network Market is poised to bypass USD 600 billion by 2024, as reported in the latest study by Global Market Insights, Inc. Rising space heating systems demand along with growing concerns relating to GHG emissions will...

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Vacuum Steam Heating: Time for a Comeback?

Igor Zhadanovsky, FacilitiesNet April 21, 2017 Summary Near the end of the 19th century, an unknown engineer stood up before a trade association meeting and said, “It is possible that in a few years from now we will be heating … by steam below atmospheric pressure, of such a low temperature...